The legendary The Rolling Stones performed with a choir from Ukraine


Legendary The Rolling Stones performed with a choir from Ukraine

The musicians demonstrated their solidarity with the Ukrainian people, who are suffering from a full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation.

The British rock band The Rolling Stones sang along with the Ukrainians at a concert in Vienna. The band's frontman Mick Jagger wrote about this on his Instagram page.

In particular, as part of the Sixty tour on Saturday, July 16, the musicians decided to perform the cult song You Can't Always Get What You Want, accompanied by two Ukrainian choirs – the children's choir Dzvinochok and the women's choir Vognik.

“We had a great night! Thanks to Vienna and special thanks to the Ukrainian choirs – Vognik and Dzvinochok, who joined us at You Can't Always Get What You Want this Evening!” wrote Mick Jagger.

It is noted that Ukrainian choristers specially came from Kyiv to perform with the legendary band.

“They have come a long way to be here tonight “, the frontman said from the stage.

Earlier it was reported that Rammstein raised a blue and yellow banner during a concert in Poland as a sign of solidarity with Ukraine.


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