Good thing we got to all see them at Coachella! Love how closed with " Get Off of My Cloud "
Superfan will be in front of the Fonda masturbating furiously to a photo of him taking a photo of a band. Set is from 8:05 to approximately 8:05:15. Guest list only.
Ok, those old folks had been there since 1am. Wtf
Check out my concert photos http://www.flickr.com/photos/ameeps/
2/6 - Pixies - Peabody Opera House
2/15 - Arctic Monkeys - Pageant
3/14 - This Will Destroy You - Echo
3/20 - Lorde - Peabody Opera House
3/28 - Real Estate - Firebird
Unless you are thinking of the Echo, which is absolutely tiny and a wonderful place to see a show. Totally different than the Echoplex.
The El Rey still holds less than a thousand people though, and has great sound and great sight lines from anywhere in the room.
Anyone that was there, can you estimate what percentage of people ended up getting tickets?
B SIDES ONLY. JIZZ IN EVERY MUSTACHE.
3/8: Voices from the Lake LIVE @ Monarch
3/17: Forest Swords @ The Independent
3/19: Tycho @ The Catalyst
3/22: St. Vincent @ The Fox
3/22: Dance Mania & Mister Saturday Night @ PW
3/23: Kraftwerk @ The Fox
4/6: Trentemoller @ Mezzanine
4/15: The Knife @ The Fox
4/16: Factory Floor @ The Independent
4/17: The Afghan Whigs @ Slim's
4/26: Simian Mobile Disco, Earth @ Pappy and Harriet's
5/2-5/4: Austin Psych Fest @ Carson Creek Ranch
Prince is unreal; jizz all in my mustache
Recognize anyone in line?
'You Got Me Rocking'
'She's So Cold'
'Live With Me'
'Street Fighting Man'
'That's How Strong My Love Is'
'Just My Imagination'
'Love In Vain'
'Start Me Up'
'Jumpin' Jack Flash'
http://www.nme.com/news/the-rolling-stones/69986After playing the second song of the evening, 1978's 'Respectable', frontman Mick Jagger joked: "Welcome to Echo Park, a neighbourhood that's always coming up - and I'm glad you're here to welcome an up and coming band."
Jagger was on energetic form throughout the hour and a half long show, dancing and chatting with the crowd. "Thank you very much, you're too good to us," he said towards the end of the set. "The first show of the tour, probably the best one!"
A host of VIPs also attended the Echoplex gig – which served as a warm up for the band's forthcoming arena tour - including Johnny Depp, Bruce Willis, Owen Wilson and members of Green Day and No Doubt. The tour starts officially on May 3 at Los Angeles' Staples Center, visiting a number cities in North America before they headline Glastonbury Festival on June 29 and play London's Hype Park on July 6 and 13.
The band, who were evidently in a playful mood, took to the stage at 9.15pm (PT) and played a 14-song set, which included covers of songs made famous by Chuck Berry ('Little Queenie'), Otis Redding ('That's How Strong My Love Is') and The Temptations ('Just My Imagination') as well as their own classic material, including hits 'Miss You' and 'Street Fighting Man'.
Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood were backed by Darryl Jones, Chuck Leavell, Bernard Fowler, Lisa Fischer and Bobby Keys for the show. Former Stones guitarist Mick Taylor also joined the band onstage, playing on their version of Robert Johnson's 'Love In Vain' as well as 'Midnight Rambler'.
Before the band exited the stage, after a high-octane encore of 'Brown Sugar' and 'Jumpin' Jack Flash', Jagger said: "Thank you very much everybody, you've given us hope, peace, love and understanding. Goodnight!"
I am going to be in New York (1st time ever) May 10/11. DT:NYC looks like it might be fun. Think it's worth going?
Here's the early show last night. The setlist they have on Third Eye Boy fb and princevault is slightly wrong though. They did Purple Rain somewhere in the middle.
The Breakdown . .
Let's Go Crazy incl. Frankenstein interpolation .
Endorphinmachine . .
Screwdriver . .
She's Always In My Hair . .
Sometimes It Snows In April
Purple Rain * (not sure if it happened here or elsewhere) . .
I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man . .
Guitar . .
Plectrum Electrum . .
Fixurlifeup . .
I Like It There . .
When We're Dancing Close And Slow . .
Bambi . w/ Joshua Welton
2Y2D . w/ Joshua Welton
Cause And Effect . .
When Doves Cry / Nasty Girl (instrumental) / A Love Bizarre / Sign O' The Times / Pop Life / I Would Die 4 U / Dance 4 Me all as sample snippets w/ live vocals
Play That Funky Music
He also started the sampler set with Sing O the Times I think... not When Doves Cry. But yeah. Fucking incredible show. So good.
Most of the venues are within 5 mins walking distance and less than 200 capacity. Have fun!
ps Check out Brian Eno's installation as well if you have time: http://www.redbullmusicacademy.com/e...lion-paintings
DOWNTOWN MUSIC FESTIVAL DAILY SCHEDULE
FRIDAY MAY 10
Black Hippy 1am
Fat Tony 12am
Andrew Wyatt 9pm
Earl Sweatshirt 10:30pm
Ryan Hemsworth 9:30pm
Palma Violets 12am
Royal Teeth 11pm
Crush Distance 10pm
Rockwood Music Hall
Wooly and the Mammoths 12:30am
Port St. Willow 11pm
Anais Mitchell 10pm
Beach Fossils 12am
Kilo Kish 2am
Kingdom feat. Kelela 1am
SATURDAY MAY 11
Purity Ring 11pm
Mas Ysa 10pm
Autre Ne Veut 9pm
The Chevin 9pm
Trash Talk 1am
Black Dave 11pm
Mr. Muthafuckin Exquire 9pm
Jade <3 & Blind Benny 8pm
I really wanted to see the Stones but it seemed like such a huge headache.