Gaga and Jagger (Kevin Mazur/Wire Image)The Rolling Stones kicked off the last show of their 50th anniversary mini-tour by performing "Get Off of My Cloud," but despite that exclusionary-sounding opening, the show was all about inviting fellow music stars onto their cloud—namely, Bruce Springsteen, Lady Gaga, the Black Keys, John Mayer, and Gary Clark Jr.
The two-and-a-half-hour set at Newark's Prudential Arena was aired live as a pay-per-view special via Yahoo! as well as various cable providers (and is also available for re-viewing on demand for anyone who signs up). Produced by Grammys veteran Ken Ehrlich, the well-shot "One More Shot" show asked the musical question: Do we really need another Stones concert immortalized after the scores that have already been put on video or film over five decades?
The answer is, yes, maybe so, if it involves seeing Gaga reenact Merry Clayton's "Gimme Shelter" wail while giving new definition to the term stretch pants.
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