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5 ***days ***ago
Shawn20
Nashville was great!
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6 ***days ***ago
Shawn20
I understand the need to promote "new" product, but how many bands can afford not to play so many #1 hits?
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13 ***days ***ago
Shawn20
I would love to shake Steve Jordan's hand for all of the great work he's done on this tour. His presence made it possible!
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14 ***days ***ago
Shawn20
To answer your question - NO! I saw three shows in this tour - Nashville, Dallas and Atlanta. They were all spectacular. No need to stop now.
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15 ***days ***ago
Shawn20
Loved it then and I love it now. I adore the slow build and the explosion!
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24 ***days ***ago
Shawn20
Pretty cool running into BV at Ray’s.
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25 ***days ***ago
Shawn20
QuoteElmo Lewis QuoteMongoose Quotefrtylicks Great news Mongoose! I believe my wife and I met you in Atlanta during the Zip Code Tour. Hope so see you this time and this will be my 12 year old daughters 3rd time seeing them! Look forward to seeing everybody and Go Braves! World Series Champs! Yep! At Georgia Tech, at was I was convinced was my 10th and final Stones show! And, here we are agai
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28 ***days ***ago
Shawn20
I am curious to your thoughts on the general admission area in the rear of the stadium on these latter day shows. I just came back from Pit #1 in Dallas and I'm considering the general admission ticket on the opposite end for the Atlanta show.
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29 ***days ***ago
Shawn20
Dallas was great - now on to Atlanta. Looking forward to seeing everyone there.
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30 ***days ***ago
Shawn20
There were flubs and missed cues. But damn - they worked so very hard. I was in Pit #1 and it was obvious they gave it their all. It was cold, wet and windy. But you wouldn't know it by their demeanor. I have NEVER been so impressed by the Rolling Stones. And now it's on to Atlanta and hopefully London in 2022.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
Shawn20
QuoteEJM Where is Keith’s rain stick when you need it ( I wonder what it’s success rate is over the years )We could actually see the rain stick from Pit #1.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
Shawn20
Pit 2 It will be wet, but we are prepared.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
Shawn20
Keith killed it in Nashville! He was great! The SSS solo was not good - but I believe he will rebound in Dallas. I do hope they bring back 19th Nervous Breakdown - it was a highlight in Nashville.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
Shawn20
Van Halen - 1978 and 1981.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
Shawn20
Van Halen - 1978 and 1981.
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6 ***weeks ***ago
Shawn20
78 tour!
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6 ***weeks ***ago
Shawn20
QuoteGreen Lady I really don't miss Trouble's A Coming at all - would much rather have that slot available for some surprises. I really really like the song - but the Rolling Stones have so many of their original classic songs - is there really room for obscure covers?
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6 ***weeks ***ago
Shawn20
Quotechrism13 Beast of Burden should be a staple!! Should be a warhorse!Amen!
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6 ***weeks ***ago
Shawn20
I will be in Pit #2 with my cousin. I took another cousin to the 81 show in Orlando. Really looking forward to this one.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
Shawn20
I love the current No Filter stage - but my favorite is the Steel Wheel's from 1989. No one had ever seen anything like that before.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
Shawn20
They are not human. What a weekend - visited the Muscle Shoals Sound Studio and saw the show in Nashville. They are incredible.
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8 ***weeks ***ago
Shawn20
Quotepadre69 I'd like to see a Pittsburgh clip of GS, where Keith is seen playing that intro. For some reason he seems to be hidden during the opening riff. Wasn't there a speculation from the St.Louis gig that an extra guitar was heard in some song? Neither Ronnie or Keith was seen playing, but a guitar was audible. If it were any other band - any other band, I would say - yes som
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8 ***weeks ***ago
Shawn20
Just purchased my tickets! See everyone there. Looking forward to this one.
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2 ***months ***ago
Shawn20
Just got my tickets. Cannot wait!
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2 ***months ***ago
Shawn20
QuoteElmo Lewis Got to see Dave and the VH boys open for the Stones in Orlando, 1981!And wasn't it a great show? I saw Van Halen open for the Stones in Orlando and in New Orleans in 78. Great times!
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2 ***months ***ago
Shawn20
Brown Sugar opens with THE signature Open G signature riff by Keith Richards. It may be the "perfect" rock song. It is not a celebration of slavery - but it certainly depicts some of the horrors of that unfortunate institution. The Yeah, Yeah, Yeah - Wooh ending is custom made for stadium shows.I would hate if they drop one of rock's most famous songs.
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2 ***months ***ago
Shawn20
QuoteRocktiludrop It's so strange to just see three Stones taking a bow, that really hit me. Totally agree - that shot got to me.
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3 ***months ***ago
Shawn20
They should tour as long as they have the desire and the public provides the demand.
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3 ***months ***ago
Shawn20
I'm three hours east of New Orleans in Pensacola, Florida. Stay safe New Orleans!
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3 ***months ***ago
Shawn20
28 times I've seen the Stones and Mr. Watts was the very first Stone I actually saw. He mounted the drum kit in New Orleans, July 13, 1978. What a blast it's been! RIP Charlie.
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