The Rolling Stones To Launch New Live Streaming Series Sunday

Courtesy: Eagle Rock Entertainment

The Rolling Stones is doing its part to fill the void of live music left by the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak.

The band announced Friday, it will present a new series of special performances through YouTube starting at 3 p.m. ET Sunday.  The six-part performance series, dubbed “Extra Licks,” is part of YouTube’s #StayHome campaign.  Each performance is composed of bonus material from some of the band’s previous live performances, such as from its 1994 Voodoo Lounge Tour and its 2016 Latin American Ole! Tour.  The bonus performances will stream through The Rolling Stones’ official YouTube channel.

The announcement  of the series’ premiere comes a week after the band debut its new single ‘Living in a Ghost Town‘ through its official YouTube channel.  The song featured the band’s members — Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood, Keith Richards and Charlie Watts — performing the single in separate locations in London and Los Angeles.

trailer for the new series is streaming now through the band’s official YouTube channel.  The Rolling Stones’ new performance series is taking place through a partnership between Eagle Rock Entertainment and The Rolling Stones.

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