Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger is the picture of a Street Fighting Man at gig in Austin, Texas


After a string of postponements due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the tragic death of drummer Charlie Watts, the Rolling Stones resumed their No Filter Tour on September 26, 2021, in St. Louis.

The rescheduled stadium shows in the U.S. has taken the legendary British rockers to both coasts, the middle of America, and now the south, for a concert at the Circuit Of The Americas in Austin, Texas on Saturday.

And from the look and sounds of things, the guys turned back the clock, musically speaking, to deliver another set of classic hits to the adoring crowd.

Rocking the house! The Rolling Stones played their second to last show of the No Filter Tour at the Circuit Of The Americas in Austin, Texas on Saturday

Amazingly, the No Filter Tour started four years ago, in September 2017, and had just two shows left to playing heading into the evening in Austin.

And still, the energy from the band and fans was easily apparent.     

The band, with its new drummer Steve Jordan behind the kit, kicked off the show with their classic tune Street Fighting Man, off their studio album Beggars Banquet (1968).

Taking command: Frontman Mick Jagger, 78, led the charge with his trademark dance moves

Taking command: Frontman Mick Jagger, 78, led the charge with his trademark dance moves

Turning back the clock: Jagger gyrated and glided his way around the stage decked out in an orange, yellow and black-patterned jacket over an orange shirt and fitted black trousers

Turning back the clock: Jagger gyrated and glided his way around the stage decked out in an orange, yellow and black-patterned jacket over an orange shirt and fitted black trousers

Classic: Jagger and company kicked off the show with their classic tune Street Fighting Man, off their studio album Beggars Banquet (1968)

Classic: Jagger and company kicked off the show with their classic tune Street Fighting Man, off their studio album Beggars Banquet (1968)

Youthful: The legendary singer-songwriter looked like a man far younger than his 78 years

Youthful: The legendary singer-songwriter looked like a man far younger than his 78 years

As always, frontman Mick Jagger had the audience hanging on to his every move, all while patrolling the stage with his trademark dance moves.

He gyrated and glided his way decked out in an orange, yellow and black-patterned jacket over an orange shirt, which was paired with fitted black trousers.

After the opener the band then kept the energy palpable with It’s Only Rock N’ Roll (But I Like It) and 19th Nervous Breakdown.

The band, who will celebrate their 60th anniversary in 2022, would also jam out such hits as You Can’t Always Get What You Want, Start Me Up, Honky Tonk Women, and then wind down the set with Sympathy for the Devil and Jumpin’ Jack Flash.

Hits galore: After the opener the band then kept the energy palpable with It's Only Rock N' Roll (But I Like It) and 19th Nervous Breakdown

Hits galore: After the opener the band then kept the energy palpable with It’s Only Rock N’ Roll (But I Like It) and 19th Nervous Breakdown

Steady: Keith Richards, 77, was his steady self on the guitar and backing vocals

Steady: Keith Richards, 77, was his steady self on the guitar and backing vocals

Rock steady: Richards and Ronnie Wood, 74, were in fine form as they rocked the house with many of the band's hit songs

Rock steady: Richards and Ronnie Wood, 74, were in fine form as they rocked the house with many of the band’s hit songs

Tragic: With Steve Jordan on drums since before the death of Charlie Watts, this marks the first time-ever that the band had play a tour without him

Tragic: With Steve Jordan on drums since before the death of Charlie Watts, this marks the first time-ever that the band had play a tour without him

As the band went through the set list, Jagger hardly looked like a man who is now 78-years-old. His vocals and stage presence were the perfect match for the guitar work of Ronnie Wood and Keith Richards, who sounded as good as ever.   

Of course, fans wouldn’t let them leave without doing a couple of encores songs: Gimme Shelter and the show finale,(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.

This last leg of the No Filter Tour is the first-ever tour the band has done without Watts on the drums keeping the steady beat. He passed away on August 24 at the age of 80. 

The Stones will wrap up the tour with the finale at the Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, Florida on Tuesday, November 23.

The Rolling Stones have been rocking the world since their inception in 1962.        

The band would also jam out such hits as You Can't Always Get What You Want, Start Me Up, Honky Tonk Women

The band would also jam out such hits as You Can’t Always Get What You Want, Start Me Up, Honky Tonk Women

Classics: The band wound down the setlist with Sympathy for the Devil and Jumpin' Jack Flash

Classics: The band wound down the setlist with Sympathy for the Devil and Jumpin’ Jack Flash

It's only rock n' roll: Jagger engaged the crowd with his vocals, stage charisma, and seemingly endless energy

It’s only rock n’ roll: Jagger engaged the crowd with his vocals, stage charisma, and seemingly endless energy

Encores: Of course, fans wouldn't let them leave without doing a couple of encores songs: Gimme Shelter and the show finale,(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction

Encores: Of course, fans wouldn’t let them leave without doing a couple of encores songs: Gimme Shelter and the show finale,(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction

End of the line... for now: The Stones will wrap up the tour with the finale at the Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, Florida on Tuesday, November 23

End of the line… for now: The Stones will wrap up the tour with the finale at the Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, Florida on Tuesday, November 23

Actor Josh Brolin was among the thousands who attended the second to last No Filter show in Austin.  

The Avengers: Infinity War star, 53, rocked out to all the classics with his wife Kathryn Brolin, 34, by his side.

‘Hottie on a Rolling Stone tongue walk @kathrynbrolin,’ he wrote over the top of a video he posted on his Instagram page.

For the clip, Brolin followed his wife with his camera as she made her way around the venue dressed in brown jeans and a cropped fringe jacket.    

Rocking out: Actor Josh Brolin was among the thousands who attended the Rolling Stones concert in Austin, Texas on Saturday

Rocking out: Actor Josh Brolin was among the thousands who attended the Rolling Stones concert in Austin, Texas on Saturday

Hot for wifey: Brolin's gushed over his wife Kathryn, calling her a 'hottie' on the 'Rolling Stone tongue walk'

Hot for wifey: Brolin’s gushed over his wife Kathryn, calling her a ‘hottie’ on the ‘Rolling Stone tongue walk’

Gushing: The Avengers: Infinity War star tracked his wife's ever move in admiration

Gushing: The Avengers: Infinity War star tracked his wife’s ever move in admiration

Show openers: Brolin gave his seal of approval for the opening band, Ghost Hounds, a blues rock outfit from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Show openers: Brolin gave his seal of approval for the opening band, Ghost Hounds, a blues rock outfit from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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