WKRN web staff - NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) - The Rolling Stones came on stage with a fervor of energy Wednesday at LP Field, opening up their show with "Jumpin' Jack Flash."
They're expected to keep playing many of their classic hits as part of their "Zip Codes Tour." Click here to see photos of their time in Nashville.
Belmont University's Chorale will also perform with the rock legends for one song during the show.
Brad Paisley opened for the band, surprising the crowd with a duet to "Remind Me" with Carrie Underwood before bringing guitarist Joe Walsh of The Eagles on stage.
Paisley's guitar tech also proposed to his girlfriend on stage. She said yes.
The Stones arrived in Music City Tuesday and appeared to be taking a little tour Wednesday, as Mick Jagger tweeted photos of himself at the Parthenon in Centennial Park.
The tour is the first the legendary rock band has played in North American stadiums since their "A Bigger Bang Tour" in 2007.
They last played in Nashville at the then-Gaylord Entertainment Center in November 2002.
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