Lainey Wilson lived out yet another big dream as she opened for The Rolling Stones on their Hackney Diamonds North American Tour. The country singer not only revved up the crowd at Chicago's Solder Field on June 30, she was also invited on stage to sing "Dead Flowers" with the legendary band.

In the video shared below, lead singer Mick Jagger thanks Wilson for her opening set and then calls her out to the stage asking her what song they should sing. The crowd roars when she suggests "Dead Flowers." Jagger then grabs his guitar and a cowboy hat as the band launches into the track.

Which Country Artists Are Opening for The Rolling Stones?

The Rolling Stones are currently on an extensive 2024 tour and they have committed to taking along a handful of country artists to serve as their opening acts. In addition to Wilson, The War and Treaty and Tyler Childers were tapped to accompany the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers. Childers opened their show in Orlando On June 3, while The War and Treaty will warm up the crowd on July 10 in Los Angeles.

Lainey Wilson Covers The Rolling Stones' "You Can't Always Get What You Want"

Wilson was one of several country artists who were selected for the Stones' project, Stoned Cold Country. The album features the band's most iconic tracks reimagined as county songs. The "Hang Tight Honey" singer put her own spin on "You Can't Always Get What You Want."

Jess hosts the syndicated radio show, Taste of Country Weekend, which can be heard on country stations nationwide. Tune in for all of the best new country music, spotlights on new tracks and emerging artists, plus Double-Downs on all of your favorites. The weekend is always better with a little Taste of Country in it.

32 Times Lainey Wilson Stunned in Bell Bottoms

Lainey Wilson has exploded onto the country scene in the past few years. In 2023, she became the CMA Entertainer of the Year.

Ever since she stepped onto the big stages, Wilson has always rocked a pair of bell bottoms. It has become her signature look. Let's take a look at 32 times Lainey Wilson stunned in bell bottoms.

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