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(New York Daily News)   Rolling Stones choose Newark for their upcoming New York area 50th anniversary concert. Once again, Brooklyn can't get no satisfaction   (nydailynews.com) divider line 23
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2012-10-16 07:33:03 AM
The Dec 15th PPV show is being produced by the WWE, so I fully expect CM Punk to try to give Mick the GTS only to have John Cena rush onto the stage for a save at the last second.

/that or Mick Foley to take a big dive off of the overhead stage lighting rig toward the end
 
2012-10-16 07:36:10 AM

isamudyson: The Dec 15th PPV show is being produced by the WWE, so I fully expect CM Punk to try to give Mick the GTS only to have John Cena rush onto the stage for a save at the last second.

/that or Mick Foley to take a big dive off of the overhead stage lighting rig toward the end


MAH GAWD, KING! THAT'S.... THAT'S BRIAN JONES' MUSIC! BRIAN JONES! BRIAN JONES!
 
2012-10-16 08:15:41 AM
good Fark brooklyn
 
2012-10-16 08:46:24 AM
$750 a ticket.

fark the stones.
 
2012-10-16 08:46:25 AM
They'll never get out of the airport.

And here's the new single, for those interested

it's not horrible
 
2012-10-16 08:47:09 AM
 
2012-10-16 09:11:27 AM
If I sell my car, I might be able to afford tickets for myself and my wife.
 
2012-10-16 09:21:44 AM
I'm seeing Quadrophenia there in Dec. I'll try for Stones tickets when they go on sale, if I get some cool, if not meh, I'll buy the DVD.
 
2012-10-16 09:35:03 AM
My buddy and I were all geared up to go, with him flying in from Dallas and me from Nashville, but we just can't do it at those prices. I guess it's PPV for me as well. Greedy old bastards.
 
2012-10-16 09:42:57 AM

Great_Milenko: $750 a ticket.

fark the stones.


Seems a bit high. Newark is not very wealthy city.
 
2012-10-16 09:44:12 AM
$750?

I wouldn't pay that much if you got an 8 ball and a bottle of Johnny Walker Blue at the gate and a backstage pass to hang with the band.

/ok maybe I would.
 
2012-10-16 09:45:29 AM

BalugaJoe: Great_Milenko: $750 a ticket.

fark the stones.

Seems a bit high. Newark is not very wealthy city.


It might be justified if it was in Camden, you know, for the extra security.
 
2012-10-16 09:46:38 AM

BalugaJoe: Great_Milenko: $750 a ticket.

fark the stones.

Seems a bit high. Newark is not very wealthy city.


Trust me. Nobody inside a 2 mile radius from the Pru has any interest in going to those shows. It's very commutable by train though, from Manhattan, Philly, and suburban Jersey's boomer population. They'll sell out.
 
2012-10-16 09:55:09 AM
Devolving_Spud

"And here's the new single, for those interested"

I say, old chap... that's pretty catchy. I dig it.

I'm reading Keef's book "Life" right now. It's pretty good.
 
2012-10-16 10:11:27 AM
I have to be honest and say that I have a list of musicians that I would pay $750 to see. The great thing about it is that the musicians that I would pay that kind of tall coin to see are all f*cking dead, so I won't have to lose my self-respect by shelling out $750 to see them.

I hope the defibrillator paddle stations are working when Keith or Mick go into cardiac arrest when they play the song "Start Me Up."

/Mick will probably be the one to have a heart-grabber on stage.
//The only thing that can kill Keith....... IS KEITH!
 
2012-10-16 10:13:03 AM

BalugaJoe: Great_Milenko: $750 a ticket.

fark the stones.

Seems a bit high. Newark is not very wealthy city.


Indeed. I paid about $7 for a ticket to see them during the early 70's

/seemed outrageous, but they weren't fossils

//lawn, etc.
 
2012-10-16 10:15:57 AM
I hope they do that song that they do in open G tuning.
 
2012-10-16 10:24:46 AM

strangeguitar: I hope they do that song that they do in open G tuning.


Sgt. Peppers. Love that song.
 
2012-10-16 10:30:16 AM

Devolving_Spud: They'll never get out of the airport.

And here's the new single, for those interested

it's not horrible


Another farking zombie reference. fark them.

/I was into zombies back when they were underground.
 
2012-10-16 10:55:48 AM

wildcardjack: Another farking zombie reference. fark them.

/I was into zombies back when they were underground.



blogs.phoenixnewtimes.com

Even though the pre-Odyssey and Oracle singles were awesome, "Time of the Season" really put them on a whole different level.
 
2012-10-16 05:24:45 PM
Zombies are one of the most under-appreciated 60s groups, love those lads
 
2012-10-17 01:20:59 AM

CZMisfitsFan: If I sell my car, I might be able to afford tickets for myself and my wife.


Then your car is worth more than mine.
 
2012-10-17 01:23:08 AM

Rann Xerox: I have to be honest and say that I have a list of musicians that I would pay $750 to see. The great thing about it is that the musicians that I would pay that kind of tall coin to see are all f*cking dead, so I won't have to lose my self-respect by shelling out $750 to see them.

I hope the defibrillator paddle stations are working when Keith or Mick go into cardiac arrest when they play the song "Start Me Up."

/Mick will probably be the one to have a heart-grabber on stage.
//The only thing that can kill Keith....... IS KEITH!


I would pay far more than $750 not to see a concert by a dead musician.
 
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