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24 ***days ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteRisingStone I notice the number of Online Users of the IORR website for the last few weeks has increased dramatically — after the SIXTY Tour was over, it was normally 2-3 hundreds for a couple of months, but now marks constantly 4-6 hundreds. I have just clicked and opened the page and seen it hit 736! Is it a reflection of the fans’ expectations for the possible forthcoming new album an
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24 ***days ***ago
Dougratajczak87
Quotetimbernardis It will be the US/North America, much as I would love to see them in Rome. plexi Seeing the dynamic prices that some acts are currently able to pull, it makes all the sense in the world to hit the major markets in North America that haven’t received shows for the most part since 2019. There’s still a large amount of post COVID demand and so 2023 probably is the last
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25 ***days ***ago
Dougratajczak87
Quotekovach Quotebitusa2012 QuoteJDSAM1994 Quotecolonial All this talk of another American tour is getting so boring, I want to hear more rumours of an Australian and New Zealand tour... That's just like your opinion man No it’s not. Mine too BitUSA2012, not sure folks got your Lebowski joke I use this one all the time at work with team members that I know well
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29 ***days ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteDiegoGlimmerStones Quotebabyblue Well sticking to topic here, This tour could include Mexico City besides Canada & USA. That would be great, hopefully they will play in Mexico City and more latin american cities too. Ready for more satisfaction! Looking at the box office scores from 2016, the highest demand and economically, Mexico, Brazil, and Argentina make the most sense of possi
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4 ***weeks ***ago
Dougratajczak87
Say what you want about John Mayer, but this version of Respectable is absolutely smoking!
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5 ***weeks ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteGfmsoccer They did 2 back to back US tours, where they did those cities. Since the tours are so short, please do different cities The pattern is typically Major Markets first - Chicago, Boston, Philly , DC, NYC, few cities in the South such as Miami and/or Houston, LA, San Fran, and possible shows in the Western part of US such as Phoenix, Denver, or Pacific Northwest’s Seattle. 2n
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5 ***weeks ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteJimmyTheSaint Take this from a guy whose handle is "JimmyTheSaint". Bruce lost “it” as a songwriter after Tunnel of Love, IMO. A few decent songs here and there since, while he retained his skills as a performer and entertainer. The live shows with E Street have remained strong. For comparisons sake I believe that post 1987 Tom Petty proved to be the better songwriter of the
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5 ***weeks ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteStonesSmeth99 QuoteMisterDDDD Quotespunky How about 10 shows in the USA/Canada in April/ May, a few weekse rest and then start halfway June in Europe till end of July with another 10 shows? I think this scenario (or close) is most likely.. The bare bones 60 stage makes it more feasible. This seems unlikely - from previous posts it sounds like there'll be 24-30 shows over 2023 and
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5 ***weeks ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteTopi QuoteVoodooLounge13 Myself with them planning on hitting 3 continents next year... They're not necessarily planning to do that. Remember, it was The Sun writing that. The logistics of touring in Asia or Oceania are probably through the roof. Bruce Dickinson of Iron Maiden reportedly said that the revenue from few shows they had planned in Japan barely covered logistics of shi
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5 ***weeks ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteDougratajczak87 QuoteNashvilleBlues For fun, I'm totally guessing here on the 2023 North America tour cities: Vancouver, CAN Buffalo, NY NYC/NJ Boston, MA Chicago, IL Milwaukee, WI Portland, OR OKC, OK Cincinnati/Cleveland, OH Louisville, KY Phoenix, AZ Indianapolis, IN Sacramento, CA Those in the know, are you automatically ruling any of these out, and, if so, why?
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6 ***weeks ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteNashvilleBlues For fun, I'm totally guessing here on the 2023 North America tour cities: Vancouver, CAN Buffalo, NY NYC/NJ Boston, MA Chicago, IL Milwaukee, WI Portland, OR OKC, OK Cincinnati/Cleveland, OH Louisville, KY Phoenix, AZ Indianapolis, IN Sacramento, CA Those in the know, are you automatically ruling any of these out, and, if so, why? Would imagine that it
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6 ***weeks ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteTopi QuoteDalgtor Quotebv The release of their album "A Bigger Bang" was supported by a two years worldwide tour of 148 shows during Aug. 2005 to Aug. 2007. Ronnie is leaking a lot of their plans actually, a 50 years package i.e. Sticky Fingers to current, another tour, and a new album. So I assume they will do major cities worldwide next year. When I heard Ronnie's commen
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3 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteSpud I'm curious as to whether there is a reason for more Canadian dates not routinely being included when they tour in North America ? Most major Canadian cities are geographically located no less conveniently than many of the US dates ...so when touring why not consider the US and Canada as one geographical whole , much as they do with South America ? $$$ and capacity. They on
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3 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteNikkei Taylor couldn't cover for Ron. Ron is integral. I've watched Taylor solo on CYHMK at Glastonbury again and once you've gotten over the fact that it's him with the Stones you have to admit it's pretty dreadful. Ronnie certainly did it better this year. Would politely suggest not basing on an opinion of a performer on one performance. I'm sure we could
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4 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteUNCSTONE I’m not at liberty to say who but a reliable friend of mine is friends with a member of the band (not Mick/Keith/Ronnie). He said that what the member said is that they will not be back in the USA this year or anytime soon…that touring is tiring to them at this point. Not what I wanted to hear AT ALL! They are old men. They are not playing more than one string of dates a year.
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8 ***months ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteNilsHolgersson Actually I think the only difference between the current Rolling Stones and a Mick Jagger solo tour is the fact that Keith Richards is in it Ronnie’s guitar playing is distinct but I know what you mean. The loss of Charlie meant the loss of the distinct beat that is the Stones. While Steve Jordan is a great player, sadly, nobody can replicate Charlie’s sound.
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***1 year ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteMelBelli The small-medium-large concept was a great compensation for the lack of a new album. I deeply regret not seeing an arena or theater show on that tour. DC only got a stadium show, and I didn’t have the means or time to travel elsewhere at the time. Looking back, it was the beginning of a gradual decline for Keith. Those botched “Brown Sugar” intros became a thing on that tour.
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***1 year ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteRik setlists were great, soundwise it was sometimes so-so, lots of Chuck and BV's high in the mix, muddy guitars. They really changed that in the first leg of the ABB tour. Agree with this. First tour I saw was 40 Licks (I'm 34) and the sound quality was awful. I enjoyed the show despite the poor sound quality. When I saw ABB on the 1st leg, the sound quality was state o
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***1 year ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteHairball ...the vote winner not surprising, and Ain't Too Proud to Beg was a bit sluggish/anticlimactic...under-rehearsed... Surely Midnight Rambler will be a highlight as always. I feel like the horns have the energy throughout, but Steve has had to slow down to keep better pace with the rest of the band. You can hear it for example comparing Rocks Off in LA vs. Rocks Off in Las
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***1 year ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteEddieByword Street fighting man You got me rocking 19th nervous breakdown Tumbling dice Ain't too proud to beg Wild horses ......................3rd time for the song vote Maybe saving Sweet Virginia for the Austin crowd.
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***1 year ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteDougratajczak87 QuoteHairball QuoteDougratajczak87 QuoteHairball I believe the last times the Stones played Ain't Too Proud to Beg was was in 2003 at Cirkus Stockholm, and London Astoria - both if which I was very fortunate to to be present at. As for Just My Imagination, played throughout the 1981/82 tour, and several times since? Hoping for both tongiht, and maybe even the rumoured
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***1 year ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteHairball QuoteDougratajczak87 QuoteHairball I believe the last times the Stones played Ain't Too Proud to Beg was was in 2003 at Cirkus Stockholm, and London Astoria - both if which I was very fortunate to to be present at. As for Just My Imagination, played throughout the 1981/82 tour, and several times since? Hoping for both tongiht, and maybe even the rumoured Dancing in the Street
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***1 year ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteHairball I believe the last times the Stones played Ain't Too Proud to Beg was was in 2003 at Cirkus Stockholm, and London Astoria - both if which I was very fortunate to to be present at. As for Just My Imagination, played throughout the 1981/82 tour, and several times since? Hoping for both tongiht, and maybe even the rumoured Dancing in the Streets with Martha Reeves... surely it
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***1 year ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteNashvilleBlues I like the poster. Has some Tron vibes. Tron was my exact same thought!
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***1 year ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteTravelinMan Quotejumpingjackflash5 They are awesome. Steve Jordan now fits much better in the sound. He is lower in the mix, and does not hit the drums that hard. Oh he was still hitting them hard! I think they just turned him down This
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***1 year ***ago
Dougratajczak87
Quoteguyrachel Hi, how bad will limited view be in 116 & 117? I am bringing my 8.5 year old son from New York, and I want both my wife and him to enjoy it, will the “limited view seating” be a useless experience? I thought that this head on position, short of being close, would be very exciting and satisfying…, But would really welcome all advice and help…! I don’t think it would be a
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***1 year ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteBeastyBurdeny Think they shortened the show due to weather? Was just thinking that, probably likely
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***1 year ***ago
Dougratajczak87
Quotepodiumboy So here’s the problem I have. I want to go to the Detroit show. I live about 3 hours away in Ohio, and I’m pretty sure this is the last time (?) the Stones will be playing near me. I had tickets for Cleveland, but that didn’t work out. I would like to take my 10 year old son with me, as paint it black is his favorite song. Also, how many people in his generation will be able t
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***1 year ***ago
Dougratajczak87
QuoteTumblinDice76 No Expectations!!! Would be divine! This was kind of the first song I thought of as a possible tribute to Charlie when they talked about paying tribute to Charlie.
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***1 year ***ago
Dougratajczak87
Is it just me or does Memory Motel and Fool to Cry sound awfully similar in the beginning? My first thought when Fool to Cry started was that it was Memory Motel initially. Anyone else get these two songs' intros confused?
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