The rolling stones truly have come full circle. As part of their on going 50th anniversary world tour, the glimmer twins returned to the venue where it all began at London's Hyde Park Ampitheatre where they played to about 65,000 people this past Saturday night. The original show back in '69 was the first one they played following the death of band member Brian Jones. During that concert, lead singer Mick Jagger wore all white, which he duplicated at this weekends show during their performance of Honky Tonk Women.
Notable differences in the shows 44 years a part were that the band of course is much older. Mick turns 70 this month, Keith is 69 and drummer Charlie Watts is 72. Also the show was free back in '69, but this year, attendees paid as much as $300 a ticket.
Would you pay $300 to see the Stones?