Jacksonville aftermath

Rolling Stones Jachsonville 2019

Woah, that was a great show – even by judging from only the streams we got yesterday

You were there? Got some review or story to tell? Well, SEND IT TO ME! 🙂

As one fan put it: it was an “absolute blast“.

The Press:

=> Ponte Vedra Recorder: The forgotten Rolling Stones show
=> firstcoastnews.com: Video and photos from the Rolling Stones concert in Jacksonville – Let’s rock.
=> jacksonville.comSpotted: Rolling Stones perform in Jacksonville
=> jacksonville.com: Rolling Stones roar through two hour show

During the band introductions midway through the show, Jagger joked about how long it’s been since the Stones last played Jacksonville. “We’ve been sharing a room at the Seahorse Motel, drinking at Pete’s Bar, went to see a Jumbo Shrimp game and had two camel riders washed down with a cherry lime-ade.” He mentioned how much he loved the stadium, because he could put his dog in the dog park.

So far, so good, But he tripped up when he introduced drummer Charlie Watts, “fresh from a residency at the Jacksonville Landing.” It’s been 30 years since the Stones have been here, so maybe he hadn’t heard that they’re planning to tear the place down this summer.
[…]
The show peaked with “Midnight Rambler,” …

=> saragosapost.com: The Rolling Stones Rock Big in Jacksonville at TIAA Bank Field
=> jacksonville.com: Here’s how Rolling Stones transformed stadium for their No Filter Tour

 

And here’s the pro-shot start and a bit of IORR, a video by First Coast News:

And here’s the Monkey Man himself:

Ronnie’s new solo album!

The Stones Chicago June 21, 2019 - pic by Colin Boyle, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

According to list.co.uk and thesun.co.uk, Ronnie is gonna release a new solo album!

WITH a world tour to finish and twin toddlers running around, you would think Ronnie Wood has enough on his plate right now.
But the Rolling Stones rocker has found time to make his first studio album in nine years.

It’s planned to be released in October and along with it, a documentary about Ronnie and his life can be expected.

=> thesun.co.uk / list.co.uk