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As Rock N’ Roll Immortals ‘The Rolling Stones’ Get Set To Paint The Rose Bowl Black, AirTalk Listeners Share Their Concert Memories




The Rolling Stones on stage in Manchester
The Rolling Stones on stage in Manchester

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In music, you can go from being on top of the world one day to being an afterthought the next. And for the majority of popular performing artists and musical acts, Father Time eventually tracks them down. But such is not the case for The Rolling Stones.

The seemingly timeless English rockers will take the stage at The Rose Bowl in Pasadena on Thursday night in front of a sold-out crowd on the third-to-last stop on their “No Filter” Tour, which started its North American leg in June after completing its European leg last year. Iconic lead singer Mick Jagger will be busting out all his moves as he’s joined by lead guitarist Keith Richards, drummer Charlie Watts and guitarist Ronnie Wood to play a selection of tunes from their seemingly endless discography.

Today on AirTalk, Larry sits down with his son, Desmond, who saw The Rolling Stones live in Havana, Cuba in 2016, the first time the band had ever performed there. If you’ve seen the Stones live in concert during any of their tours, we want to hear from you! Call and share your concert experience at 866-893-5722.

 

Guests:

Desmond Mantle, Larry’s son, saw The Rolling Stones in 2016 when they performed in Havana, Cuba