The Rolling Stones wrapped up the first week of their Zip Code tour with a show in Columbus, Ohio last night (May 30), and to celebrate, they dusted off the live version of a local hit. “Hang On Sloopy,” originally recorded by a 1960s group called The McCoys, was named the official rock song of Ohio in 1985, after 20 years as the Buckeye Marching Band’s favorite song.

The Stones, which used to regularly cover the song live, dropped it from their set list in 1966. An stop at the Ohio Stadium (home of the Buckeyes), however, proved the perfect place to revive the classic. Watch the full performance above.

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