Rolling Stones perform 'Harlem Shuffle' for the first time in 29 years

The Rolling Stones dipped into their catalog Monday night in East Rutherford, New Jersey to play a song they haven't done in almost 30 years.

Mick Jagger introduced "Harlem Shuffle" by saying, "We're going to do a song that is vaguely locally based. We haven't done this in ages so be forgiving if you can." The last time they performed the song was in August 1990. The Stones' version of the 1963 Bob & Earl song was on the 1986 album Dirty Work and peaked at number-five.

The Stones now head west to Denver for a show there on Saturday.

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