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The Rolling Stones rocked out at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough on Sunday, joined by opener Gary Clark Jr., a blues guitarist, for the latest stop on their “No Filter” tour.

Mick Jagger sang to the crowd during the show.
Mick Jagger sang to the crowd during the show.Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
Ronnie Wood and Keith Richards, who have been the Stones’ guitarists since 1975.
Ronnie Wood and Keith Richards, who have been the Stones’ guitarists since 1975.Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
Jagger was appearing on stage just three months after surgery to repair a heart valve.
Jagger was appearing on stage just three months after surgery to repair a heart valve.Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
Keith Richards played a lick on his guitar.
Keith Richards played a lick on his guitar.Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
Gary Clark Jr. played before the Stones emerged at Gillette.
Gary Clark Jr. played before the Stones emerged at Gillette.Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
The guitarist returned to play with Jagger and Co. during their set.
The guitarist returned to play with Jagger and Co. during their set.Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
Richards with Jagger and drummer Charlie Watts in the background. The three have been in a band together for more than 50 years.
Richards with Jagger and drummer Charlie Watts in the background. The three have been in a band together for more than 50 years.Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff/Globe Staff
Jagger and the Stones now have a week off before their “No Filter” tour heads to New Orleans, to play in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
Jagger and the Stones now have a week off before their “No Filter” tour heads to New Orleans, to play in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff/Globe Staff

Peter Bailey-Wells of the Globe Staff contributed to this report.