Taylor Swift appeared at The Rolling Stones' "50 & Counting" tour concert on Monday night, June 3. Concertgoers at Chicago's United Center applauded the 23-year-old country singer as she entered the stage to perform the band's 1964 song "As Tears Go By" with frontman Mick Jagger.
Hours before, Jagger already informed his Twitter followers that Swift would appear at the concert. "Tonight's special guest will be @taylorswift13!" he tweeted. "Looking forward to singing with @taylorswift13 tonight! Wonder which song we will do?"
Swift later tweeted a black-and-white photo of him and Jagger. "Filing this under 'friends forever,' " she captioned the photo. The "I Knew You Were Trouble" singer also expressed her gratitude to be able to perform with the iconic band. "Filing this under 'never in my wildest dreams'.Thank you @RollingStones for inviting me to Chicago to sing with you," she wrote and attached a snapshot of their performance.
Previously on Friday, May 31, Sheryl Crow joined the band onstage. The 51-year-old singer, who performed with the band a few times before, collaborated with Jagger to sing "All Down the Line". "Dear @RollingStones - I had a great time last night! What a thrill singing with you. Love you all!" Crow tweeted a day later.
In addition to the two singers, the band invited other musicians to light up its "50 & Counting" tours. The the guest performers included Carrie Underwood, Katy Perry, Keith Urban, Bonnie Raitt, Gwen Stefani and Lady GaGa.
Taylor Swift Performs With The Rolling Stones at Chicago Concert:
Sheryl Crow Performs With The Rolling Stones at Chicago Concert: