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“world’s most stone country”

the rolling stones are Almost a religion in Argentina, The bangs, canvas shoes and worn jean portray the passion for light blue and white. Aesthetics and the flag of the Motherland stones is for export. This was featured by Keith Richards, who shared the video of Most This Tuesday rolling In the coquetish streets of Milan in Italy.

Like his teammates, Richards is in that northern Italian city, on a new stop on his “Sixty” tour, the first without the late Charlie Watts on drums. A few hours before the concert, a group of fans came to message him Affection and warmth in the best Argentinian style.

“Come on, Argentina!”, begins one of the followers, among the luxury windows outside the Four Seasons Hotel. “Oh, let’s go stone, stone, stone, let’s go stone”, sings, jumps, Rolling Loose in Milan, Other fans join in timidly.

Two blue and white flags decorated the scene. One of them, supported by the most extroverted in the audience, was a declaration of principles: “Argentina, the most stone country in the world”.

Ron Wood, Mick Jagger and Keith Richardson at one of the first stops of their "Sixty" tour of Liverpool, Liverpool.  ap photo

Ron Wood, Mick Jagger and Keith Richardson at one of the first stops of their “Sixty” tour of Liverpool, Liverpool. ap photo

This is not the first time that the guitarist – with Mick Jagger, the only guitarist to have followed since the band’s inception – marveled at thoroughly sharing a piece of passion. Silver,

Late last March, Richards thanked his social networks for a fan meeting at Villa del Parque to mark the release of the deluxe edition of “Men Offender”, the solo album that turned 30 and which brought him into 1992. Court of Velez. “Thanks, Argentina. Love, Keith,” he returned the gesture.

This was the first visit to Argentina by a member of the Rolling Stones, just in years when the rolling obsession with bangs, canvas shoes and jean jackets was expanding.

The Rolling Stones and the Argentine Public

Keith Richards shares the passion of Argentine fans of the Rolling Stones in Milan.

Keith Richards shares the passion of Argentine fans of the Rolling Stones in Milan.

Fans had many opportunities to feed them stone of faith, In all, there have been four official visits to the country so far. It all started in February 1995, when the London group presented their most recent album with the Voodoo Lounge Tour.

Three years later they performed a further five shows in the river on the occasion of their Bridge to Babylon album. In one of them, in the fourth part of the series, he had a special guest: Bob Dylan, who had come to perform Like a Rolling Stone, a song that His Demonic Excellencies had created their own version of.

The third tour was in 2006, again in Nez, to feature the band Bigger. Had to wait a decade for the fourth series of lessons. This happened in February 2016 at the Ciudad de la Plata Stadium, on a tour that took them to Cuba for the first time, where they gave a free recital in Havana.

Postcard of the Argentine public at a show given by the Rolling Stones in La Plata in 2016.  photo dyn

Postcard of the Argentine public at a show given by the Rolling Stones in La Plata in 2016. photo dyn

In four tours, the Argentine public managed to make the band aware of their unique passion. The madness he experienced at La Plata hit the big screen with “Ole Ole Ole: A Trip er America”, the documentary that the Rolling Stones released in 2019 to depict the tour that saw him last Brought through these payments.

What they have been doing in these months is an unprecedented tour of London for the band: it is the first time they have debuted without Charlie Watts in their ranks. The drummer died on 24 August, aged 80, in the midst of the pause of No Filter Tour.

“Sixty”, which commemorates the 60th anniversary of the group’s foundation, debuted in Madrid in early June. The tour took them through Liverpool—the land of the Beatles—and later they would visit London, Amsterdam, Brussels. This Tuesday’s concert will take place at the San Siro Stadium, a symbol of Milan’s city of fashion and design, where a group of Argentines transfer their passion for stone.

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