As part of YouTube’s #StayHome campaign, The Rolling Stones’ weekly series ‘Extra Licks’, is set to bring fans three exclusive performances from a special show at the Fonda Theatre in California.
The third episode in the #Extra Licks series, premieres this Sunday, 17 May at 12pm PT/ 3pm ET/8pm BST with three performances from a unique show in the eventful history of The Rolling Stones. On 20 May 2015 at the Fonda Theatre, the band performed ‘All Down the Line’, ‘When The Whip Comes Down’ alongside their version of ‘I Can’t Turn You Loose’ in one of the most exclusive gigs they have ever played – a marked contrast to the huge stadiums which the band would fill on the rest of their ‘Zip Code’ tour.
Available digitally for the first time — #ExtraLicks Live At The Fonda Theatre appears as a YouTube Premiere, continuing the streaming of a series of bonus features from six concert films from the band’s career. This series is in partnership with The Rolling Stones and Eagle Rock Entertainment and will stream exclusively on YouTube.
The Rolling Stones recently released a new single entitled, ‘Living In A Ghost Town,’ that was created and recorded in Los Angeles, London and in isolation. The track was released in tandem with a brand new music video that Premiered exclusively on YouTube, and has had over 6 million views to date.
YouTube Premieres is a feature that lets artists and their teams build anticipation and create a unique moment around a music video release on YouTube. The feature transforms the way fans view and engage with content by creating an event where fans and artists directly engage and enjoy the experience together in an interactive way. Premieres radically change how music video content is released, turning the watching experience into a communal moment.