A video has emerged of The Rolling Stones performing their 1968 hit 'Jumping Jack Flash' has been premiered today, following their Paris show last night. Check it out below.
Hundred of fans lined the streets of Paris yesterday to snap up $20 tickets for the band's tiny capacity show in Paris. The tickets were a fraction of those available for the band's London gigs in November of this year.
The video shows Mick Jagger at his frontman best, with a stage presence that few musicians have ever managed to equal. The entire band brim with the confidence that only a 50 year career can offer - and energy that artists 40 years younger would envy.
Le Parisien newspaper reported the event would be held at Trabendo, a small theatre with 700 seats located in the Parc de la Villette, in eastern Paris. The publication also reported that there will be a second private gig on Monday, funded by investment company Carmignac Gestion for their employees.
Mick Jagger meets fans after the Trabendo gig in Paris
The legendary band announced the gig on Twitter yesterday (25 October, 2012), tweeting, "The Rolling Stones are playing a short warm-up gig tonight ... in Paris." They went on to add that the tickets would be available from 12pm at the Virgin megastore on Champs Elysees avenue.
Outlining details of buying tickets, it was explained that "names will be printed on the tickets. On presentation of photo ID at the venue, ticket holders will receive a wristband. Doors open at 8pm."
Photos: The Rolling Stones in Paris for 'secret' gig