Tonight the Rolling Stones rocked Atlanta’s Bobby Dodd Stadium! The band played at 19 song set at stop 30332 on their ZIP CODE tour of the USA and Canada.
The band celebrated today’s US rerelease of STICKY FINGERS by playing gems from the album including ‘Can’t You Hear Me Knocking’ and ‘You Gotta Move’.
Also played tonight, for the first time on this tour, was song vote winner ‘Some Girls’, which won the vote by a landslide of 34%.
“What can I say, the loudest audience so far! ATLANTA! Not forgetting the 266 people who came from Macon, and very welcome they are too.”
“Good evening Atlanta! I needed that! It’s great to be back here, it’s been a while. Great to be down south again, good to see you guys, good to see anybody!”
Mick introduced the band members:
“First I want to introduce you to Lisa Fischer, our Georgia peach!
And right behind her, Mr Bernard Fowler, our local peach fancier
On the keyboards and horns Matt Clifford
On the saxophone, Tim Ries
On the tenor, Karl Denson
We were driving round Georgia, and we found this amazing guy, a tree farmer, and we invited him to play on stage with us tonight. Local boy made good, Chuck Leavell!
On the bass Darryl Jones!
This guy not really from the south, south of london, no. South of England. On the guitar RONNIE WOOD!
On the drums CHARLIE WATTS!
Frankly my dear, he just doesn’t give a damn…
And on guitars and now the vocals KEITH RICHARDS!”
The Rolling Stones are now headed further south to Orlando, Florida, where they are playing the Citrus Bowl. See you there!
Start Me Up
It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll (But I Like It)
All Down The Line
Doom And Gloom
Some Girls (Song vote winner)
Honky Tonk Women
– Band Introductions
Before They Make Me Run (with Keith on lead vocals)
Happy (with Keith on lead vocals)
Jumpin’ Jack Flash
Sympathy For The Devil
You Can’t Always Get What You Want
(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction