We had GREAT seats! Just past half court and about 20 rows up. The crowd was filled with old fans and new ones - reminded me of a Grateful Dead show where the whole family shows up including Gramma and Grampa LOL
That's me standing in front of the stage. I tried to take pictures during the show but none of them came out very good, most of them are blurry . . .
or dark . . . or both
and some have big fat heads in the way (that's Keith Richards on the left playing the guitar).
So I'll just have to refer you to other sources like this Rolling Stones site or The New York Times or you can just Google the rolling stones at the Barclay's center and get tons of links and way better pictures!
The show was excellent! And this was not my first time at a Stones show so I'm speaking from experience. The Stones are still rockin' and rollin' even though they are all pushing 70. It was an inspiration to see them. But I have to say, the jumbo-tron was not at all flattering to any of them LOL! They have never had it in the "handsome" category but then I certainly would not want to see myself, with all my imperfections, projected 20 feet in the air!
The sound was great and these guys can still sing and play like they used to. It's something to see and hear, I danced and sang along the whole time. Here's some videos from YouTube of a couple of my all time favorites: Paint It Black and Brown Sugar. They played all the hits and some real oldies like the Beatles "I Want To Be Your Man". Sorry Betty, no Shattered this time. This video is the tail end of Jumpin' Jack Flash and all of Satisfaction. These were the last songs of the show and they were still sounding great.
We had a great time and hated to see it end. The Big Guy is convinced they will be back next summer!
And for those of you expecting a quilting post, stay tuned. I got the Christmas Tree quilt back from the quilter last week so I'll be doing the binding this week to get it on the sofa before Christmas.