2002-10-18 – The Rolling Stones


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Band: No Doubt
Venue: Air Canada Centre, Toronto ON
Date: October 18, 2002
Tour: Forty Licks

Songs:
Rock Steady / Hella Good / Sunday Morning / Just A Girl / Underneath It All / Simple Kind Of Life / Hey Baby / Don’t Speak / Spiderwebs

Members of the Band:
Gwen Stefani (Lead Vocals)
Tom Dumont (Guitar)
Tony Kanal (Bass)
Adrian Young (Drums, Percussion)
Stephen Bradley (Keyboards, Trumpet, Backing Vocals)
Gabrial McNarir (Keyboards, Trombone, Backing Vocals)








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Band: The Rolling Stones
Venue: Air Canada Centre, Toronto ON
Date: October 18, 2002
Tour: Forty Licks

Songs:
Brown Sugar / It’s Only Rock and Roll / Start Me Up / Don’t DSC01345_resizeStop / Tumbling Dice / Shattered / Angie / You Can’t Always Get What You  Want / Midnight Rambler / Love Train / Introductions / Slipping Away / You Don’t Have To Mean It / Sympathy For The Devil

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When The Whip Comes Down / Little Red Rooster / You Got Me Rocking

Main Stage

Gimme Shelter / Honky Tonk Women / Street Fighting Man / Jumping Jack FlashDSC01401_resize

Encore:
(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction

Members Of The Band:
Mick Jagger (Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica and Percussion)
DSC01405_resizeKeith Richards (Guitar and Vocals)
Ronnie Wood (Guitar and Pedal Steel)
Charlie Watts (Drums)
Darryl Jones (Bass and Vocals)
Chuck Leavell (Keyboards and Vocals)
Bernard Fowler (Backing Vocals and  Percussion)DSC01404_resize
Lisa Fischer (Backing Vocals and Percussion)
Bobby Keys (Tenor Saxophone)
Blondie Chaplin (Backing Vocals, Guitar and  Vocals)
Tim Ries (Saxophone and Keyboards)
Kent Smith (Trumpet)
Michael Davis (Trombone)

Comments: So just a mere two days before Rhonda and I had experience the Stones in an arena venue. Seeing them in a stadium did not mean for one second that there were no surprises to be had. They’re take on the old O’Jays classic Love Train was a pleasant surprise. Angie is never an issue for me and always more than welcome. Little Red Rooster? In a stadium setting? Most impressive. The rest of their set held nothing new, but it was pleasant as always.






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