Bruce Springsteen appeared on stage with the Rolling Stones in front of his hometown New Jersey crowd last night for the last stop on the Stones' 50th Anniversary tour this past Saturday.
Springsteen sang the Stones' classic "Tumbling Dice" alongside Stones frontman Mick Jagger after Jagger joked that Springsteen "walked to the show" at the Prudential Center.
A host of other stars also appeared on stage alongside the Stones for this pay-per-view event including the Black Keys, Lady Gaga, John Mayer, and one time Stones guitarist Mick Taylor.
Amidst the celebration, Jagger took a moment to reflect on the mass shooting that occurred the day before at Sandy Hook elementary in Newtown, Conn.:
"I just wanted to take a minute and send our love and condolences to those who lost their loved ones yesterday," he said. The band then went into a somber rendition of "Wild Horses."
The concert was the final stop on the Stones' 2012 mini tour which marked the 50th Anniversary of the U.K. band.
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