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1989-12-04 – The Rolling Stones

Living Colour Setlist SkyDome, Toronto, ON, Canada 1989

rollingstones12041989_resizedBand: Living Color
Venue: Skydome, Toronto, ON
Date: December 4, 1989
Tour: Opening for The Rolling Stones

Members Of The Band:
Vernon Reid (Guitar)
Cory Glover (Vocals)
Muzz Skillings (Bass)
Will Calhoun (Drums)

Comments: Exact set list unknown. This set list is taken from the bands October 26 opening for the Stones at Shea Stadium, New York. Considering the fact that their October 10th opening set for the Stones is the exact same, I’m guessing they didn’t change it up to often. The joys of being an opening act, eh? I’ll say this for them… They blew me away. Still a huge fan of CoP…

The Rolling Stones Setlist SkyDome, Toronto, ON, Canada 1989, Steel Wheels

Band: The Rolling Stones
Venue: The Skydome, Toronto, ON
Date: December 4, 1989
Tour: Steel Wheels

Members Of The Band:
Mick Jagger (Lead Vocals and Guitar)
Keith Richards (Guitar and Vocals)
Ronnie Wood (Guitar and Vocals)
Bill Wyman (Bass)
Charlie Watts (Drums)

Matt Clifford (Keyboards, French Horn)
Bobby Keys (Saxophone)
Chuck Leavell (Keyboards, Musical Director)
Bernard Fowler (Backing Vocals)
Lisa Fischer (Backing Vocals)
Cindy Mizelle (Backing Vocals)
The Uptown Horns:
Amo Hecht (Saxophone)
Bob Funk (Trombone)
Crispin Cioe (Saxophone)
Paul Litteral (Trumpet)

Comments: After such a long initial wait the second time I got to see The World’s Greatest Rock ‘n’ Roll band live in concert came the very next night. Rhonda had night school so it fell to myself and a couple of friends from work to hold down the fort on night number two. While the set list remained fairly static they did swap out new track Almost Hear You Sigh for the classic ballad Angie along with Keith’s tune Can’t Be Seen from the new album for the Some Girls tune and personal favorite of mine Before They Make Me Run. And the sight of Mick Jagger walking out onto the one of the two 80+ foot towers, bathed in red light and singing those oh so familiar opening lines of Sympathy For The Devil. It still gives me chills… honestly, I’m all goose bumped sitting here typing this.

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