else June 2 We had a rough experience at the Wanda Metropolitano in Madrid. rolling stones Landed in the Spanish capital to start his own Tour “Stone” Which still can’t be stopped already in August. Since that day, in addition to the emotional hangover, we’ve discovered some details that have come to light. Curiosities that were overlooked at the time and that we now want to highlight.
The last of them, without going further, was known this week, when the New York Post published a video of something that happened at that concert on June 2 at the Atletico Madrid stadium. Which is that, the legendary singer of their demonic majesties Received topless from a woman in the audienceWho did not hesitate to respond to him in an absolutely unexpected way.
This all happened in the middle of a performance of “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.. At that moment, a woman is sitting on someone else’s shoulders and without a shirt, begins to dance and waves the US flag. This takes place so close to the stage that Jagger himself notices and interacts with him, as he could only do: lift his shirt and give the viewer that topless.
This was the whole party
On the 1st of last June, we started the Rolling Stones Tour in Madrid. His “sixtieth” began in the capital of our country with more than one private concert, who knows if it will be the last in our country … Getting tickets was very complicated and many people stayed at the gates of Wanda. The concert didn’t seem to be recorded to be uploaded anywhere, but the good spirit spent the entire concert with the mobile phone in hand for the remembrance of the concert. The warmth isn’t the best in the world, but it does allow you to see the entire playlist from the moment to the end.
Plus, we were lucky enough to live for the first time “Finished”. It’s clearly not a song released this year, because the last song we know about them is “Living in a Ghost Town,” which they also played yesterday, but they debuted live. It came in at number five on the chart and it was Jagger himself who said in fairly acceptable Spanish that it was the first time they’d played the song “live”. It’s a very distinctive song for the first stage of the Stones, since it came out in the aftermath of 1966.
Enjoy the full party below:
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