ROLLING STONES ROCK - ON DAILY NEWS WEB SITE.
They're a gas, gas, gas.
The Rolling Stones still pack a bigger bang than their few competitors. More than four decades after coming together, the band is rocking arenas with a two-hour hits- and rarities- packed set - and reports are glowing.
A total of about 80,000 fans will see the Stones' ``A Bigger Bang'' show tonight at Anaheim's Angel Stadium, and Sunday and Tuesday at the Hollywood Bowl. A few $450 seats remain for Anaheim, but the Bowl is sold out, and brokers are asking $3,500 for top seats.
Set lists from previous stops take in favorites such as ``Tumblin' Dice,'' ``Honky Tonk Women,'' ``Satisfaction,'' ``Sympathy for the Devil,'' ``Brown Sugar'' and the rarely played ``Shattered,'' wrapping up with ``You Can't Always Get What You Want'' and ``Jumpin' Jack Flash.''
Reports describe a main stage and a smaller secondary stage, allowing the group to travel out into the audience, much like U2 does. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ron Wood and Charlie Watts are augmented by keyboardist Chuck Leavell, bassist Darryl Jones, three vocalists and a four-man horn section.
Look for our review of the Anaheim show and a photo gallery tonight at the Daily News Web site - www.dailynews.com.
The Rolling Stones bring their ``A Bigger Bang'' show to Anaheim's Angel Stadium tonight and the Hollywood Bowl on Sunday and Tuesday.
Laura Morton/Seattle Times