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Lainey Wilson Joins “Rockstars Of All Rockstars” The Rolling Stones For “Dead Flowers” Duet

Lainey Wilson Rolling Stones

Country star Lainey Wilson had the “honor” of performing with the legendary Rolling Stones over the weekend, and it was a “treat” for both her and the audience.

The iconic band had Lainey join them for a duet of Dead Flowers during their June 30th concert at Soldier Field in Chicago. This was the second time The Rolling Stones called on a country star to help them sing the Southern rock classic. On June 3rd, Tyler Childers dueted with them in Orlando, FL.

Frontman Mick Jagger kicked off the song by singing the first verse. Lainey offered harmony for the chorus and took over for the second verse. Both singers donned black cowboy hats, and Lainey completed her look with a varsity jacket bedazzled chaps.

“That is a moment she will never forget!” a fan wrote under a YouTube video, and they were right. Shortly after the performance, Lainey hopped on social media to admit that the experience was a milestone moment for her.

Lainey Wilson And The Rolling Stones Reminisce Over Their Performance

Today (July 1st), Lainey gushed over the opportunity to sing alongside the famed musicians in an Instagram post.

“I got to hang out with rockstars of all rockstars last night,” she wrote. [Mick Jagger], [Keith Richards],[Ronnie Wood]- you are legendary, to say the least. What a treat, what an honor, what a night!! Wow. 🤯🤘🌸.”

The Heart Like A Truck singer included several photos and videos from her night, as well. They show her jamming on stage and hanging out with the band after the performance.

The Rolling Stones also gave a shoutout to their special guest in an Instagram post during a recap of their night.

“Another incredible night in Chicago, thank you!” they wrote alongside a carousel of memories. “And special thanks to [Lainey Wilson] for joining on Dead Flowers 🥀.”

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