The Rolling Stones perform together with Ukrainian children's choirs in Vienna

The Rolling Stones perform together with Ukrainian children's choirs in Vienna

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The Rolling Stones invited two Ukrainian children's choirs to perform their cult hit You Can’t Always Get What You Want together at a concert in Vienna.

“We had a great night! Thank you Vienna and special thanks to the Ukrainian choirs - VOGNYK and DZVINOCHOK who joined us on You Can’t Always Get What You Want this evening!” Mick Jagger posted on Facebook.

As noted on the website of the English band, the boys choir "Dzvinochok" and the girls choir "Vognyk" specially came from Kyiv, despite the war with Russia, to sing the band’s classic song of 1969, You Can't Always Get What You Want. The Rolling Stones decided to invite Ukrainian children's choirs to their concert at Vienna's Ernst-Happel-Stadion to demonstrate their solidarity with the Ukrainian people suffering from Russian aggression.

Earlier, Mick Jagger expressed solidarity with the Ukrainian people by releasing a publication featuring the Ukrainian flag on his social media page.

Photo credit: Mick Jagger

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