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Rolling Stones, 50th. Year

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by FalconSprint, Nov 15, 2012.

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  1. FalconSprint

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    Newark, N.J. Dec. 15th. 8PM. Stones 50th. year concert. You can sit in section A, floor seats in front of the stage for only $3150.00 per seat. Yes, that's Three Thousand, One Hundred, Fifty and .00/100 per seat. Better hurry, when I checked yesterday there were only 63 of these bargin seats left. Nose Bleed seats in the rafters run about 500 bucks each. I think I'll pass and wait for the 60th. year concert, maybe It'll be cheaper. Keith Richards is living proof to how much punishment the human body can take and still function, somewhat.
     
  2. lots of 24's

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    Saw them in 1978, they were awful. I see a lot of live shows. You would have to pay me to go to NJ to see them again.
     
  3. blizzard

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    LOL. There was a couple of "reasons" they were terrible back then. Coke and heroin don't make people better musicians !!
     
  4. CalvinMD

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    If anyone does go...check Kieth for a pulse...he already looks embalmed and I think its just nervous system memory thats keeping that corpse playing
     
  5. darr

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    Some people don't know when to quit.Enjoyed the stones back in the day but leave the rock n roll to the under 70 group

    Darr
     
  6. blizzard

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    If you think Keith Richards partied hard, google Lemmy Kilmeister. He makes Keith look like a momma's boy.
     
  7. ONEDOLLARBILL

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    They will be singing Romney new theme song ........You cannt always get what you want ......
     
  8. FalconSprint

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    Stones don't need anymore money. Maybe they could donate the profits to the people of N.J. and get them some electricity, food and shelter. Oh wait, Obama's in charge, right on top of the situation, things will be great. He did a drive by today, everything's wonderful.
     
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    Death Warmed Over!!!!
     
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    purely and simply the world's greatest rock and roll band.
     
  11. lots of 24's

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    Wayno, you may be very close to being right. But I love live rock n roll and I was so disappointed when I saw them. They are no doubt one of the best ever. Just wished they would have felt like working the day I saw them. There were four bands at the show I went to, and there were 3 bands better than them that day.

    I go to a lot of concerts. I met a guy one time that had won 25,000 dollars at a local church lottery thing. He spent every nickel going to Rolling Stones concerts, was his idea of going to heaven. He saw them in England, US, Canada, Australia...all over the world. I dont remember how many shows total he saw with that money.But he loved every minute/dollar of it.
     
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    Saw them at the Rosemont Horizon (Chicago) in '81. Tickets were $22 each and parking was $6. We thought that was outrageous at the time. Great show. Seems like yesterday!

    Let It Bleed & Some Girls are must haves.
     
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    Saw the Stones and ZZ top in concert together at the Cotton bowl in Dallas in '81. great show and tickets were only $28 if I remember correctly.
     
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    Read a newspaper story that described them as "The Strolling Bones".

    Pat
     
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    I Cant GET No...nana NA VI-I-Agra
     
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    Calvin, funny.

    With Mick and Keith using Viagra do you think their wives/girlfriends are getting any satisfaction now? LOL I bet the women weren't getting any satisfaction till that pill came out.
     
  17. Bisi

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    Your favorite Stones song? Mine would be "Miss You" or "Beast of Burden".
     
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    The Rolling Fogies. Never could stand Mick Jagger. I thought it was funny when he tried twice to go onn his own. Both times he fell flat on his face. LOL.
     
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    Favorite song would be Wild Horses...much preferred Rod Stewart and Led Zep and The Who of Brit bands
     
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    Monkey Man !!!!!!!
     
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