Rolling Stones ask fans to vote for a song they’ll play at Boston concert

They’re not getting any younger (Mick Jagger and Keith Richards are 69, Charlie Watts is 72 and Ronnie Wood is the baby at 66) but the Rolling Stones are doing their best to use this whole Interwebs thing to court its fans. The Stones, who play at TD Garden on Wednesday night, are asking fans on their website to vote for one of five songs, and they will play the winning song at the concert. So what’s on the list? A mix of big hits and lesser knowns: “If You Can’t Rock Me”; “Sway”; “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg”; “You Got Me Rocking”; “Live With Me.” If you’re going Wednesday, and wondering what to expect, maybe the set list from the June 9 show in Montreal provides a few hints. “Get Off of My Cloud” was played, and so were “Gimme Shelter” and “Wild Horses” and the encores were “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” “Jumpin’ Jack Flash,” and “Satisfaction.”

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