Robert Palmer. I remember buying the Power Station album in LaCrosse, Wisconsin and listening to the aggressive drumming of Tony Thompson (RIP, drummer from Chic) and the boys from Duran Duran Andy and John Taylor, and hearing […]
With the four year anniversary of the death of Michael Jackson upon us this month it makes you wonder if that’s the REAL reason for the suicide attempt of his daughter Paris. She was raced […]
At their two Paris gigs, the Stones stuck with some of the classics: “It’s Only Rock and Roll (But I Like It),” “Miss You,” “Tumbling Dice,” “Start Me Up,” “Midnight Rambler,” “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” and “Brown Sugar” all made both shows, as did their new song “Doom and Gloom.” Last night’s gig added some other deep cuts, including “All Down The Line” from 1972’s Exile On Main Street, and “You Got Me Rockin'” from 1994’s Voodoo Lounge. But we have some requests for the band when they hit the arenas.
The Stones, who still have the pull to play the world’s largest venues, have always liked to hit the clubs. They started as a club band in London, after all. Here’s a list of some of their smaller shows through the years.
Madonna has commented on her Paris concert debacle, saying fans were fine with her 45-minute show and it was a “few thugs” that ruined the night.