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Re: OT: How will the Stones be remembered/forgot?
Date: March 3, 2021 00:29

Well my niece is 11 and she doesn't listen to Taylor Swift, Katy Perry or Miley Cyrus.

She does listen to classic rock. Mostly Rolling Stones but a few others mixed in.

Probably because she has been to 4 Rolling Stones concerts and developed a good taste for classic rock.

Re: OT: How will the Stones be remembered/forgot?
Posted by: Hairball ()
Date: March 3, 2021 00:43

I took my young niece to see the Stones w/Mick Taylor back in 2013 and she LOVED it! She's now in her mid-twenties and her favorite band is still The Beatles, just as it's always has been.
Might have been the Beatles Cirque de Soleil LOVE show she saw in Vegas that made her such a fan, along with the Beatles 1 compilation I gave her years ago.

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Re: OT: How will the Stones be remembered/forgot?
Posted by: dead.flowers ()
Date: March 3, 2021 12:54

How will the Stones be remembered/forgot?

I guess,
as long as anybody still thinks of them, they'll be remembered,
and when nobody remembers them anymore, they'll be forgotten.
Ain't it?

BTW, why OT?

d.f

Re: OT: How will the Stones be remembered/forgot?
Posted by: colonial ()
Date: March 4, 2021 04:20

I truly believe The Rolling Stones will be remembered the same way as the likes of Beethoven
I'm going Beethoven's Big Bash 250th anniversary concert next month

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Re: OT: How will the Stones be remembered/forgot?
Posted by: Swayed1967 ()
Date: March 4, 2021 07:01

The music of the Stones and some others will be featured in commercials etc. for eternity but only the trivia buffs will be able to tell the bands apart. It’ll be just like classical music today…I’ll hear some famous piece playing in the background and say ‘isn’t that Mozart? And my friend will correct me: ‘No, that’s Puccini.” But of course we’re both wrong.

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