The Rolling Stones returned to the road yesterday (May 26) for the first time since the death of Mick Jagger‘s longtime girlfriend, L’Wren Scott.

Yesterday’s show in Oslo, Norway, was the first show since Scott’s passing. Swedish newspaper Goteborgs-Posten  quoted Jagger as saying from the stage, “It’s good to be back, on with the show.”

None of the press covering the show reported any other reference to Scott, but her death gave gravitas to some of the songs, including “Worried About You.”

Related: Mick Jagger Says He is ‘Struggling to Understand’ L’Wren Scott’s Death

Jagger seemed to be in good spirits from all reports. When discussing the song that fans voted on for setlist inclusion (“Let’s Spend the Night Together”), the BBC reported that he joked that the audience actually voted for A-ha’s “Take on Me,” but it was too high pitched for him to sing (although the rather high-pitched songs “Emotional Rescue” and “Miss You” both made the setlist).



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