NEW YORK (AP) - It was a typical rock concert for the Rolling Stones, no less.
But there was a somber moment as the legendary band took a moment to acknowledge the mass shooting at a Connecticut elementary school on Friday.
Early in the show, Mick Jagger sent "love and condolences to all the people who lost loved ones in the tragedy in Connecticut."
The audience applauded and Jagger noted the whole world was feeling the pain of a stunned nation.
The show was the final one in a series marking the Stones' 50th anniversary as a band.
They shared the stage with Bruce Springsteen, Lady Gaga, The Black Keys and John Mayer.
The group also invited former guitarist Mick Taylor to perform - and he took the final bow with the group at show's end.
Jagger himself poked fun at the band's age and their fans. Speaking of the pay-per-view crowd at home, he joked: "Some of you have got your grandchildren watching you."