Lady Gaga joins the Rolling Stones to perform “Sweet Sounds Of Heaven” live

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The Rolling Stones released their latest album on Friday October 20. Singer Lady Gaga joined the rock legends for a private concert in a New York club to perform “Sweet Sounds of Heaven”, her featuring on the album.

“Rock is not dead”! The Rolling Stones unveiled their new album “Hackney Diamonds” on Friday October 20. To celebrate this launch, Mick Jagger’s group performed a private concert at “Racket NYC” in New York, in front of an audience of celebrities such as: Daniel Craig, Chris Rock and Mary-Kate Olsen.

The opportunity for the Stones to take the audience’s temperature on new songs like “Angry”, “Whole Wide World” or “Bite My Head Off” before planning a possible tour. Unfortunately, the many artists who collaborated on the album such as Sir Paul McCartney or Elton John did not join the legendary group on stage.

But fans still had the chance to see Lady Gaga arrive during the performance of “Sweet Sounds Of Heaven”, one of the flagship tracks of the album.

The highlight of the show

The singer of “Poker Face” ignited the audience at “Racket NYC” by enhancing Mick Jagger’s singing with the gospel vocals that make the song so charming.

On this collaboration, Mick Jagger will joke about the competition he got into with Lady Gaga during the recording. Live, the two artists actually exchanged vocals before ending with a beautiful moment of communion.


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