Rolling Stones Play 'The Last Time' With Arcade Fire's Win Butler

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The Rolling Stones continued their parade of special guests when Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler joined them onstage last night at Montreal's Bell Centre. Butler sang and played guitar with the Stones on their 1965 track "The Last Time," appearing onstage as Mick Jagger delivered the opening lines. Butler jammed out face-to-face with Ronnie Wood and Keith Richards, duetted with Jagger then dropped his guitar to grab the mic for his best Jagger impression.

Summer Tour Preview 2013: The Rolling Stones

The Rolling Stones' "50 and Counting" guests have included Katy Perry on "Beast of Burden," Taylor Swift on "As Tears Go By," Tom Waits on "Little Red Rooster" and Dave Grohl on "Bitch," among others. The "50 and Counting" tour continues Wednesday night at TD Garden in Boston.

The Arcade Fire have also been busy, readying their follow-up to their 2010 album The Suburbs. The band has worked with James Murphy on the new album, which is expected later this year.

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