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  • mr bunglemr bungle Posts: 983
    edited August 2019
    What time are they hitting the stage this tour?  My ticket says 7:30.  I'm thinking 8:30/9:00? Any help would be great
  • dr122931dr122931 Posts: 416
    edited August 2019
    They were on by 850 in Denver.  I heard it was about the same time in houston. I’d be ass in seat  by 840 or so.  
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  • mr bunglemr bungle Posts: 983
    dr122931 said:
    They were on by 850 in Denver.  I heard it was about the same time in houston. I’d be ass in seat  by 840 or so.  

    Thanks!
  • cjzolycjzoly Posts: 504
    Lukas Nelson and a Promise played PJ Tribute...
    I'm a Thief, I'm a Liar, There's my Church, I sing in the Choir...Hallelujah...
  • ZodZod Posts: 7,187
    cjzoly said:
    Lukas Nelson and a Promise played PJ Tribute...
    I think that was the first time I'd ever heard a band cover PJ live (aside from maybe a bar cover band).

    Good show.  I swear to god I saw Matt Cameron stroll into the pit at one point....
  • rummyrummy Ontario, CanadaPosts: 4,182
    edited August 2019
    Any Hot Rocks fans, here? If so, do you think it's okay as it is or should more of the More Hot Rock been included initially? I guess what I'm getting at is what would your ideal 1960's Rolling Stones Greatest Hits package look like?
  • theboywiltheboywil SeattlePosts: 57
    Zod said:

    Good show.  I swear to god I saw Matt Cameron stroll into the pit at one point....
    You probably did, I spotted him walking towards us.  He stopped and chatted to some people next to me, and I said a quick hi and got a handshake...   :-D
    Well we've been a good few hours drinking
    So I'm going to say what everyone's thinking
    If we're stuck on this ship and it's sinking
    Then we might as well have a parade
  • dr122931dr122931 Posts: 416
    theboywil said:
    Zod said:

    Good show.  I swear to god I saw Matt Cameron stroll into the pit at one point....
    You probably did, I spotted him walking towards us.  He stopped and chatted to some people next to me, and I said a quick hi and got a handshake...   :-D
    Matt posted a video on Instagram of the stones playing miss you from the pit (keith’s side).  He also posted a picture with Charlie saying he was his hero.  There were other pictures on social media of Eddie with Ronnie and Charlie.  Also pictures of Mike and Jeff at the show.  Didn’t see stone.   
    Anyway, perhaps they all were in the studio together that day!?
  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 18,662
    rummy said:
    Any Hot Rocks fans, here? If so, do you think it's okay as it is or should more of the More Hot Rock been included initially? I guess what I'm getting at is what would your ideal 1960's Rolling Stones Greatest Hits package look like?
    Just listen to beggars and Let It Bleed.  That's all you need from the 60s imo.
  • rummyrummy Ontario, CanadaPosts: 4,182
    mrussel1 said:
    rummy said:
    Any Hot Rocks fans, here? If so, do you think it's okay as it is or should more of the More Hot Rock been included initially? I guess what I'm getting at is what would your ideal 1960's Rolling Stones Greatest Hits package look like?
    Just listen to beggars and Let It Bleed.  That's all you need from the 60s imo.
    I love those two albums (and the next two). I still think, however, there are some great tunes prior to 1968, however.
  • HobbesHobbes Pacific NorthwestPosts: 4,453
    Fantastic show in Seattle!
  • timdwillitimdwilli Los Angeles, CAPosts: 257
    Went to the Pasadena show on Thursday. Was it my favorite Stones show? Not at all. Was it still a lot of fun? Of course! Two comments would be that Midnight Rambler really drags on and they should probably replace it with 2-3 other "hits" and when you are only playing 19 songs total, giving Keef the mic for two of them is unacceptable haha, but obviously he's earned it. Amazing the spectacle they can still put on at their age!
  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 18,662
    timdwilli said:
    Went to the Pasadena show on Thursday. Was it my favorite Stones show? Not at all. Was it still a lot of fun? Of course! Two comments would be that Midnight Rambler really drags on and they should probably replace it with 2-3 other "hits" and when you are only playing 19 songs total, giving Keef the mic for two of them is unacceptable haha, but obviously he's earned it. Amazing the spectacle they can still put on at their age!
    What did he sing? If Keith sang Happy, I'd be cool with that!
  • timdwillitimdwilli Los Angeles, CAPosts: 257
    mrussel1 said:
    timdwilli said:
    Went to the Pasadena show on Thursday. Was it my favorite Stones show? Not at all. Was it still a lot of fun? Of course! Two comments would be that Midnight Rambler really drags on and they should probably replace it with 2-3 other "hits" and when you are only playing 19 songs total, giving Keef the mic for two of them is unacceptable haha, but obviously he's earned it. Amazing the spectacle they can still put on at their age!
    What did he sing? If Keith sang Happy, I'd be cool with that!
    Agreed...I think Happy is the only Keith song I really like. Unfortunately, I've only gotten it at one of the six Stones shows I've been to. Thursday he sang You Got the Silver and Before They Make Me Run. 
  • vant0037vant0037 Posts: 5,397
    Rumors of a January announcement coming. Likely tour and new album.  June 21 in Louisville is a rumored US date.
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  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 18,662
    vant0037 said:
    Rumors of a January announcement coming. Likely tour and new album.  June 21 in Louisville is a rumored US date.
    Well that's good news.  I'd appreciate if you keep the forum updated.  I missed this tour.  Can't miss again 
  • vant0037vant0037 Posts: 5,397
    No worries and I will try but I myself am no source; I knew a guy who worked for a local sports team who used to get me details shows coming to the venue and proved to be accurate.  He was my local Stones guy but he retired, so anything I hear is just what’s been posted on iorr.org and Shidobee.  The guy on iorr.org is a more prolific dimitrispearljam (sorry Dimi!) in that he posts more details and is very spot on. 
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  • vant0037vant0037 Posts: 5,397
    Also, a story was put out there publicly about a Stones tour and new album in 2020, and Darryl Jones posted it on his Facebook.  Sort of like Boom posting the same news about PJ.

    Some people wondering why they would tour so quick after doing a tour 2017-2019; frankly I think it makes perfect sense. Time is against them at this point, and they know it.  Tour and apparently album got delayed due to Mick’s health and I think they love doing shows, they certainly love the $400M+ each tour brings in, and with Keith being 76 soon, they probably figure why the heck not. It’s not like any of them have ever been stay at home, family man guys, so why wouldn’t they get every show in they can.  Just a theory but sort of makes as much sense as them suddenly deciding they want to relax and live a “normal” life at 70+.

    Add in the fact that they MIGHT feel like they need to make up something shows after canceling Jazz Fest and postponing a bunch of stuff.

    Anyway, I see a tour and album for sure.
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  • ZodZod Posts: 7,187
    Yah, I assume they'll keep going until they can't (IE one of them is medically required to stop).

    At this point (or for a while) I seemingly doubt they even need the money.  Like you said they're probably out there because they like doing it, and the concept of stopping and being stuck at home seems horrific :)
  • Final Goodbye's are impossible to miss.
  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 18,662
    I finally picked up Blue and Lonesome for 50% off.  Really liking it.  I know they recorded it in like 3 days or something but it's better than I expected. They can still kick it in  the studio.
  • vant0037vant0037 Posts: 5,397
    Update on the Stones fan board from an administrator who drops the hints:

    ” From the IORR news today: The Rolling Stones are working on a tour in North America lasting from May to July 2020, rumoured to be announced next week. Cities rumoured for shows are San Diego, St. Louis, Atlanta, Cleveland, Louisville, Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Baltimore,
    Nashville, Charlotte, Tampa and Atlanta, all USA, and Vancouver Canada.”

    Some announcement rumored to be coming Feb 6.
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  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 18,662
    vant0037 said:
    Update on the Stones fan board from an administrator who drops the hints:

    ” From the IORR news today: The Rolling Stones are working on a tour in North America lasting from May to July 2020, rumoured to be announced next week. Cities rumoured for shows are San Diego, St. Louis, Atlanta, Cleveland, Louisville, Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Baltimore,
    Nashville, Charlotte, Tampa and Atlanta, all USA, and Vancouver Canada.”

    Some announcement rumored to be coming Feb 6.
    Awesome.  Baltimore for me, I assume it will be M&T. 
  • erocshiftyerocshifty Posts: 1,170
    rummy said:
    mrussel1 said:
    rummy said:
    Any Hot Rocks fans, here? If so, do you think it's okay as it is or should more of the More Hot Rock been included initially? I guess what I'm getting at is what would your ideal 1960's Rolling Stones Greatest Hits package look like?
    Just listen to beggars and Let It Bleed.  That's all you need from the 60s imo.
    I love those two albums (and the next two). I still think, however, there are some great tunes prior to 1968, however.
    I have a mix of the songs I like from their early era featuring the following from The London Years set:

    Stoned
    Heart Of Stone
    Play With Fire
    Time Is On My Side
    (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
    Get Off My Cloud
    19th Nervous Breakdown
    Mother's Little Helper
    Have You Seen Your Mother Baby (Standing In The Shadows)
    Paint It, Black
    Let's Spend The Night Together
    Surprise, Surprise
    Ruby Tuesday
    She's A Rainbow
    Memo From Turner (personal favorite!)
    Honkey Tonk Women
    Jumpin' Jack Flash


    Here's everything else I have:

     Beggar's Banquet
     Let It Bleed
     Sticky Fingers
     Exile On Main St.
     Goat's Head Soup
     It's Only Rock N Roll
     Black And Blue
     Some Girls
     Emotional Rescue
     Tattoo You
     
     Live Albums: 

     Get Yer Ya Ya's Out
     Roundhouse/Leeds 1971 (Sticky Fingers Deluxe)
     Brussel's Affair
     LA Friday 
     Love You Live
     Some Girls - Live In Texas 
     Hampton 1981
     Live Licks

    Love listening to the Stones! Growing up, my parents had Sticky Fingers and that was the first album of theirs I heard. Once I hit my early -mid 20's I wanted to dive into their albums and ended up loving a lot of them. I had another heavy Stones phase around 2014. Their music helped me out tremendously at a time when I really needed it. 

    My Favorite album is probably Exile, but I also really love Sticky Fingers, Beggar's, Some Girls, Black And Blue and Let It Bleed a ton. 
    "It's best to live in grace before you're forced to." EV- 10/09/2014 
  • mrussel1mrussel1 Posts: 18,662
    Stones are the best..  You should check out Blue and Lonesome.    My favorite is also Exile, but mostly because of the pure length, not that those are the best 20 songs they have.  If you broke it into two albums, my favorite would probably be Let it Bleed.  

    My boss was in Jersey and ended up drinking beer with Bruce several years ago.  He asked Bruce what he thought the best band of all time was, and Bruce said "the Stones".  These guys were on their way to a Morrissey show, but due to PC culture, I won't share what Bruce said about Morrissey.  
  • PoncierPoncier Posts: 11,426
    vant0037 said:
    Update on the Stones fan board from an administrator who drops the hints:

    ” From the IORR news today: The Rolling Stones are working on a tour in North America lasting from May to July 2020, rumoured to be announced next week. Cities rumoured for shows are San Diego, St. Louis, Atlanta, Cleveland, Louisville, Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Baltimore,
    Nashville, Charlotte, Tampa and Atlanta, all USA, and Vancouver Canada.”

    Some announcement rumored to be coming Feb 6.
    Be interesting to see if they tweak their pricing at all.
    2019 they played mostly the bigger markets, Chicago, Toronto, DC, Boston, Philly, Houston, NY Denver Seattle, SF, LA , Phoenix and Miami. Just a couple of "smaller" markets, New Orleans and Jacksonville .

    These rumored cities are largely the 2nd tier type markets so wonder if they can sell out at same prices as last year.
    This weekend we rock Portland
  • vant0037vant0037 Posts: 5,397
    Billboards popping up all over today. Minneapolis has a lips logo on ice!  Yessss!!!!! Hometown show!
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  • chittychitty Posts: 444
    I have never seen them, not my favourite band, but I think I will have to go see these legends. After all they have to be close to being done. Just hope tickets are reasonable,
  • vant0037vant0037 Posts: 5,397
    Saw a “Get What You Need” billboard today in Twin Cities.
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  • ultrapigultrapig South DakotaPosts: 82

    The Rolling Stones Announce NO FILTER Tour 2020! 🎸🎉 🎸

    It’s a new year, a new decade and we’re thrilled to announce a brand new Rolling Stones NO FILTER 2020 USA/CA tour!


    Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood will bring the NO FILTER tour to the following stadiums this year:

    MAY 2020


    08 – SDCCU Stadium SAN DIEGO, CA

    12 – BC Place VANCOUVER, BC

    16 – U.S. Bank Stadium MINNEAPOLIS, MN

    20 – Nissan Stadium NASHVILLE, TN

    24 – Circuit of The Americas AUSTIN, TX

    29 – Cotton Bowl Stadium DALLAS, TX


    JUNE 2020


    06 – New Era Field BUFFALO, NY

    10 – Ford Field DETROIT, MI

    14 – Cardinal Stadium LOUISVILLE, KY

    19 – FirstEnergy Stadium CLEVELAND, OH

    23 – Heinz Field PITTSBURGH, PA

    27 – The Dome at America’s Center ST. LOUIS, MO 


    JULY 2020


    01 – Bank of America Stadium CHARLOTTE, NC

    05 – Raymond James Stadium TAMPA, FL

    09 – Mercedes-Benz Stadium ATLANTA, GA

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