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Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: ouroux58 ()
Date: August 20, 2018 10:04

Deleted, wrong thead.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2018-08-20 11:03 by ouroux58.

Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: detroitken ()
Date: August 20, 2018 16:24

Detroit 78 Masonic
NYC 03 Roseland

Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: HouseBoyKnows ()
Date: August 20, 2018 17:16

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sittinonafence
Warner Theatre DC 1978
Toads Place 1989
Paradiso (both shows) 1995
Capitol Theatre Port Chester NY 1997
Tower Theatre 2002

Hey Sittin - You and I have crossed paths at some rare gigs a few times over the years . . .

Posted by: HouseBoyKnows
Date: August 13, 2018 16:15

1. Toad's Place 1989
2. Paradiso x2 1995
3. Shepherds Bush 1999
3. Capitol Theatre NY 1997
4. Orpheum Boston 2003
5. Tower Theater 2003

HBK

Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: kevingolfm ()
Date: August 21, 2018 04:28

Ronnie Wood and Mick Taylor CUTTING ROOM NYC 240 people

Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: thkbeercan ()
Date: August 21, 2018 14:23

Kiel Opera House, St. Louis. MO, 1978

Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: sittinonafence ()
Date: August 21, 2018 15:52

Quote
HouseBoyKnows
Quote
sittinonafence
Warner Theatre DC 1978
Toads Place 1989
Paradiso (both shows) 1995
Capitol Theatre Port Chester NY 1997
Tower Theatre 2002

Hey Sittin - You and I have crossed paths at some rare gigs a few times over the years . . .

Posted by: HouseBoyKnows
Date: August 13, 2018 16:15

1. Toad's Place 1989
2. Paradiso x2 1995
3. Shepherds Bush 1999
3. Capitol Theatre NY 1997
4. Orpheum Boston 2003
5. Tower Theater 2003

HBK


Yes indeed. Sittin is aka Freddie's guest.



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Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: pt99 ()
Date: August 21, 2018 18:20

I knew Freddie real well. As well as Stefan and his crazy brother, God rest their souls. And Freddie's daughter Susan

Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: HalfNanker ()
Date: August 22, 2018 15:33

as a group:

Roseland
Beacon


solo:

Keith - Beacon
Ronnie Roseland
Bill - Town Hall
Charlie - Iridium
Mick T - Iridium
Ronnie and Mick T - Cutting Room
Chris (Jagger) - Bottom Line



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Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: bleedingman ()
Date: August 22, 2018 16:09

Saw "An Evening With Ron Wood" at Town Hall in NYC long ago. What a fiasco. Bill German did the programs and wrote about it in his book. Local radio was advertising it as "Ronnie Wood and Special Guests". People were yelling "Keith! Keith!". Ronnie got obliterated, drinking Rebel Yell out of the bottle. Was definitely...unique.

Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: Promoman2 ()
Date: August 22, 2018 17:00

Vredenburg

Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: HouseBoyKnows ()
Date: August 22, 2018 18:17

Quote
sittinonafence
Quote
HouseBoyKnows
Quote
sittinonafence
Warner Theatre DC 1978
Toads Place 1989
Paradiso (both shows) 1995
Capitol Theatre Port Chester NY 1997
Tower Theatre 2002

Hey Sittin - You and I have crossed paths at some rare gigs a few times over the years . . .

Posted by: HouseBoyKnows
Date: August 13, 2018 16:15

1. Toad's Place 1989
2. Paradiso x2 1995
3. Shepherds Bush 1999
3. Capitol Theatre NY 1997
4. Orpheum Boston 2003
5. Tower Theater 2003

HBK


Yes indeed. Sittin is aka Freddie's guest.


Yeah, and Sittin forgot to mention the times we saw about we 70-80 other Stones shows together in not so small venues. I won't even get into the solo shows, including what I think is the only US appearance of Bill's Rhythm Kings in a half filled Atlantic City casino club.



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Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: john lomax ()
Date: August 22, 2018 19:49

I think in order it’s:

1. Encore theatre, Sydney 2003

2. Glasgow SECC 2003

3. Rod Laver Arena Melbourne 2003 and 2006

4. Oakland Arena 2002

5. Wembley Arena 2003

6. Brisbane Entertainment centre 2003

Not sure if Rod Laver is bigger or smaller than Oakland Arena.

Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: BluzDude ()
Date: August 22, 2018 23:22

The Forum - L.A. (never seen them in a small venue)

Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: BluzDude ()
Date: August 22, 2018 23:26

My question would be, if the price was the same, would you rather be in the pit at a stadium gig or 2/3 to 3/4 back in the orchestra for an auditorium gig?

Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: JumpinJeppeFlash ()
Date: August 22, 2018 23:32

Ronnie Wood - Ambassadors Theatre London 2010.

Attended both shows, about 400 people each show.

Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: LeonidP ()
Date: August 22, 2018 23:56

Only have seen Stones in big stadiums, unfortunately.

I did see:
Keith & Winos @ Tower Theater, twice (once each tour)
and Mick J w/ solo band (i.e. Jimmy Rip, etc.) at Webster Hall for the Wandering Spirit promo.

Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: Jah Paul ()
Date: August 23, 2018 00:27

Wiltern 2002

Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: VideoJames ()
Date: August 23, 2018 07:52

100 club Feb. 23 1986... I never got to see them in 1962 or 1963.. This
was the closest I was going to get to experience that kind of show.
First it was not packed like the 100 Club show of 1982, there was maybe
150 people at the 86 show (had room to walk around during the show). second a jazz band open the show.. Rocket 88 played first.. Third the Stones entire set list were all cover songs like Dust My Broom,Confessin' The Blues,Key To the Highway,Bye,Bye Johnny etc...Fourth they had different drummer sit in ,bass player like the shows in 1962. Big plus Clapton, Beck & Townsend all joined the band on stage at different times.They all use to come to see the Stones play back in 1962,
Sadly there was no Brian Jones or Stu...I doubt this kind of show will ever
happen again. To bad there wasn't a Stones fan there to tape the show????

Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: babyblue ()
Date: August 23, 2018 08:06

Only seen them in arenas and stadiums...all 17 times and counting.

Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: Rockman ()
Date: August 23, 2018 08:12

Sadly there was no Brian Jones or Stu...

Well after all it was the Tribute concert to the late Ian Stewart ……



ROCKMAN

Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: Rocky Dijon ()
Date: December 3, 2018 23:16

Quote
VideoJames
100 club Feb. 23 1986... I doubt this kind of show will ever
happen again. Too bad there wasn't a Stones fan there to tape the show????

I'd put my money on Mr. Karnbach more than Mr. McCartney, though he may have a copy of it as well.

Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Date: December 3, 2018 23:33

Quote
VideoJames
100 club Feb. 23 1986... I never got to see them in 1962 or 1963.. This
was the closest I was going to get to experience that kind of show.
First it was not packed like the 100 Club show of 1982, there was maybe
150 people at the 86 show (had room to walk around during the show). second a jazz band open the show.. Rocket 88 played first.. Third the Stones entire set list were all cover songs like Dust My Broom,Confessin' The Blues,Key To the Highway,Bye,Bye Johnny etc...Fourth they had different drummer sit in ,bass player like the shows in 1962. Big plus Clapton, Beck & Townsend all joined the band on stage at different times.They all use to come to see the Stones play back in 1962,
Sadly there was no Brian Jones or Stu...I doubt this kind of show will ever
happen again. To bad there wasn't a Stones fan there to tape the show????

Didn't Mick, Jeff & Co play Just Another Night as well?

Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: gotdablouse ()
Date: December 4, 2018 02:13

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Rocky Dijon
Quote
VideoJames
100 club Feb. 23 1986... I doubt this kind of show will ever
happen again. Too bad there wasn't a Stones fan there to tape the show????

I'd put my money on Mr. Karnbach more than Mr. McCartney, though he may have a copy of it as well.

Hum...ah yes, you said you never used smileys ;-)

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Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: dave9199 ()
Date: December 4, 2018 15:12

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silkcut1978_
Quote
switchblade1975
1981,Sir Morgan's cove,1989,Toad's place,I do not know the capacity.

Man...Sir Morgan's cove smileys with beer

Do you have any memories you'd like to share ?

I didn't see them at The Cove but I am from that area. My uncle told me The Stones were staying down the street from him at Long View Farm (in North Brookfield, MA) and I didn't believe it. I was 12 at the time. My dad and I drove down the street and their was a cop at the end of this road that went to the farm. My dad talked to the cop and said it was true.

Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: mnewman505 ()
Date: December 4, 2018 15:38

Tower Theatre, Upper Darby....

Sir Morgan's Cove dude if you have the time please post your experiences from that day, would love to hear....

Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: RoughJusticeOnYa ()
Date: December 4, 2018 15:58

Quote
VideoJames
100 club Feb. 23 1986...
they had different drummer sit in, bass player like the shows in 1962.

Never knew about Bill not being there that gig (who played bass then?); but I believe Charlie did turn up & sit in, didn't he??

Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Date: December 4, 2018 16:24

Quote
RoughJusticeOnYa
Quote
VideoJames
100 club Feb. 23 1986...
they had different drummer sit in, bass player like the shows in 1962.

Never knew about Bill not being there that gig (who played bass then?); but I believe Charlie did turn up & sit in, didn't he??

«It made a nice jam. We hadn't played together for 4 years. We like to do small gigs once in a while for nostalgia. Playing at the 100 Club for Stu was like playing our first-ever gig..»

Bill Wyman

PS: Charlie did play the last half of the set
PS II: They didn't only do covers

Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: MartinB ()
Date: December 4, 2018 17:29

I saw them in arenas but not in theatres or clubs.

The closest was Keith with Winos in the (new and very small) Marquee club at Charing Cross Road in 1992. And I saw most Ronnie's, Charlie's and Bill's (and Mick T's) club shows in London and around London but Keith's gig is by far the most memorable one.

Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: blutsvente66 ()
Date: December 4, 2018 18:24

Zirkus Krone Munich 2003
Mother of all concerts

Re: The smallest venues where you saw The Stones perform?
Posted by: timbernardis ()
Date: December 4, 2018 19:15

Quote
VideoJames
100 club Feb. 23 1986... I never got to see them in 1962 or 1963.. This
was the closest I was going to get to experience that kind of show.
First it was not packed like the 100 Club show of 1982, there was maybe
150 people at the 86 show (had room to walk around during the show). second a jazz band open the show.. Rocket 88 played first.. Third the Stones entire set list were all cover songs like Dust My Broom,Confessin' The Blues,Key To the Highway,Bye,Bye Johnny etc...Fourth they had different drummer sit in ,bass player like the shows in 1962. Big plus Clapton, Beck & Townsend all joined the band on stage at different times.They all use to come to see the Stones play back in 1962,
Sadly there was no Brian Jones or Stu...I doubt this kind of show will ever
happen again. To bad there wasn't a Stones fan there to tape the show????


R u the VideoJames who the Stones go to when they need some old or rare video footage of themselves?


plexi

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