ROLLING STONES ROCK - ON DAILY NEWS WEB SITE.
Byline: - Fred Shuster
They're a gas, gas, gas.
The Rolling Stones Rolling Stones, English rock music group that rose to prominence in the mid-1960s and continues to exert great influence. Members have included singer
Mick Jagger (Michael Phillip Jagger), 1943–; guitarists
Brian Jones 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 The Hollywood Bowl is a modern amphitheatre at 2301 North Highland Avenue in Hollywood, California, USA, that is used primarily for music performances. The "bowl" in this context is the natural cavity in the earth into which the amphitheater is built, rather than the shape of the . 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 A honky tonk is a type of bar with musical entertainment common in the Southwestern and Southern United States, also called honkatonks, honkey-tonks, tonks or tunks. The term has also been attached to various styles of 20th-century American music. 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 Noun 1. Mick Jagger - English rock star (born in 1943)
Jagger, Michael Philip Jagger , Keith Richards, Ron Wood Ronald David "Ronnie" Wood (born June 1, 1947 in Hillingdon, London) is an English rock guitarist and bassist best known as a member of The Rolling Stones, Faces, and The Jeff Beck Group. and Charlie Watts are augmented by keyboardist Chuck Leavell Chuck Leavell (born Charles Alfred Leavell, April 28, 1952) is an American pianist and keyboardist, who was a member of The Allman Brothers Band during the height of their popularity, a founding member of the jazz-rock combo Sea Level, a frequently-employed session musician, , 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.
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