The Rolling Stones
are currently in the midst of an arena tour in celebration of their 50th Anniversary. While many longtime fans may be taken aback by the name of the tour, "50 And Counting" (yes, you are that old), they should be pleasantly surprised to find the Stones can still do their thing on stage. The tour thus far has featured a multitude of big-name guests, ranging from Clapton to Taylor Swift, and the June 9th show in Montreal was no different. Win Butler, frontman of Montreal-based Arcade Fire, made a special appearance during the Stones classic hit "The Last Time." Butler made his presence felt with his enormous frame and all-white wardrobe, and his voice added a twist to the 1965 song. Collaboration with younger artists has proven to many naysayers that even 50 years after inception, The Rolling Stones can still appeal to any audience.