Mick Jagger with Arcade Fire on SNL

Saturday Night Live host and musical guest Mick Jagger got a hand from Arcade Fire, Foo Fighters, Jeff Beck, and the Strokes’ Nikolai Fraiture when he performed on the show’s 37th season finale last night. Arcade Fire (with Nikolai) backed the Rolling Stone on “The Last Time,” and returned later with a medley of “She’s A Rainbow” and “Ruby Tuesday” for the graduation-themed Kristen Wiig farewell (yep, it was her last episode). Mick also played “19th Nervous Breakdown” and “It’s Only Rock ’N Roll (But I Like It)” with the Foos, and the new politically-themed “Tea Party” with Jeff Beck. Plus: “Lazy Sunday 2″! Watch all the clips below.

Mike Jagger & Arcade Fire – “The Last Time”

Mick Jagger & Foo Fighters – “19th Nervous Breakdown” > “It’s Only Rock ’N Roll (But I Like It)”

Mick Jagger & Jeff Beck – “Tea Party”

Mick Jagger & Arcade Fire – “She’s A Rainbow” > “Ruby Tuesday”

“Lazy Sunday 2″

Comments (10)
  1. I’m extremely thankful I DVRed the episode instead of watching it live; aside from Jagger’s performances, I watched no more than ten minutes of the show… and those were still a few minutes too many.

  2. I’m convince Mick Jagger doesn’t age. I’ve always preferred Keith, but you can’t deny what an incredible showman he is. One of the best of his generation, if not for quite awhile.

  3. So here in Canada, I can watch Arcade Fire & Rolling Stones play “The Last Time” but I can’t watch them play “Ruby Tuesday.”

    It’s not like I don’t know ways to get around it, but still. What kind of messed up logic is operating here?

  4. that was easily the most nikolai fraiture has ever moved while on stage

  5. I don’t think Mick Jagger’s mom ever told him that pointing is rude

  6. OMG Lazy Sunday 2?!

    “Taken more shots then John Wilkes Booth”

  7. I don’t get how pretending to be hardcore rappers is still supposed to be funny. I remember feeling the joke was stale when they had Natalie Portman do it and that was about five years ago.

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