Discussion in 'The Bar' started by ICU, May 24, 2015.
they played all of sticky fingers at LA show...
tix were $5 and jack nicholson was there..
sold out fast
They are playing Red Rocks, but it sold out quickly. Im not really into paying the ticket price for them.
They're going to play... what? Shit from the Club 54 era? Name some Stones songs after 1980... She Was Hot? Mixed Emotions? Were there any other good ones?
At least the Dead toured so much that you could realistically see a show every month and a half... not the ten year intervals the Stones tour at. And FM radio doesn't exactly exist any more, hard to HEAR any new music.
They open tonight at Petco Ballpark.
The Rolling Stones (1964, UK) / England's Newest Hit Makers (1964, US)
12 X 5 (1964, US)
The Rolling Stones No. 2 (1965, UK) / The Rolling Stones, Now! (1965, US)
Out of Our Heads (1965, UK) / Out of Our Heads (1965, US)
December's Children (And Everybody's) (1965, US)
Aftermath (1966, UK) / Aftermath (1966, US)
Between the Buttons (1967, UK) / Between the Buttons (1967, US)
Things kick into high gear:
Their Satanic Majesties Request (1967)
Beggars Banquet (1968)
Let It Bleed (1969)
Sticky Fingers (1971)
Exile on Main St. (1972)
Goats Head Soup (1973)
It's Only Rock 'n Roll (1974)
Black and Blue (1976)
Some Girls (1978)
The Reagan era saw the end of rock and the return of economic scarcity (the better to control the masses)
Emotional Rescue (1980)
Tattoo You (1981)
Dirty Work (1986)
Steel Wheels (1989)
Voodoo Lounge (1994)
Bridges to Babylon (1997)
A Bigger Bang (2005)
1.2 1962–64: Building a following
1.3 1965–67: Height of fame
1.4 1968–72: "Golden Age"
1.5 1973–77: Mid seventies
1.6 1978–82: Commercial peak
1.7 1983–88: Band turmoil, solo efforts, and decline
1.8 1989–99: Comeback, return to popularity, and record-breaking tours
1.9 2000–11: A Bigger Bang and continued success
1.10 2012–present: 50th anniversary
I could have gone but the ticket was $200 and I just wasnt that excited about it
That's insane and Goddamn greedy.
Fuck the Stones.
They should be stoned to death at this point.
My tickets were only $125 each.
Nope. I like the Stones but I'm not a big enough fan to where I'd pay what they're asking for seats.
I actually really like Studio 54 stones
They're playing tonight in Diego.
Cheapest ticket I'm seeing right now is about 240. Giving very little consideration to rolling downtown to see if I can score a miracle, which I did the last time they played Diego.
Might be worth it. They still put on a good show (from what Ive been told ). I would certainly pay money to see them....just not $240
You probably just bought the parking pass, dumbass.
My smarter/better half bought them. They're for the show in Indy at the Speedway. We're in the "silver" section which was middle of the road, and each section is general admission.
We've got a hotel room too. Should be fun.