The Rolling Stones are back on tour for 2015 and started with a show in San Diego. Check it out…
Rolling Stone – Mick Jagger’s dancing has never been understated, but it gets even broader when he’s performing in open-air stadiums — as he was last night when the Rolling Stones kicked off their 2015 “Zip Code” tour with a rock-solid performance at San Diego’s Petco Park.
Blessed with one of the most charismatic frontmen in rock history, the Stones don’t need to do much extra work to entertain a sold-out stadium: they’ve even retired the gigantic inflatable “Honky Tonk Women.”
The show began with the band emerging in color-coordinated outfits of purple and blue to perform “Jumpin’ Jack Flash,” and it ended with fireworks as they played “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.”
Otherwise, they were content to spend two and a quarter hours playing their greatest hits (leavened with a few less-obvious selections from their insanely deep catalog) and let the 71-year-old Sir Mick flail his arms like he was waving semaphore flags.
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