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   Youwould think that after 30 years of pouring out hits, the Rolling Stones would bedone, but they continue to be one of the greatest rock and roll bands of alltime.

Recently I attended a concert in San Antonio. Because the ticketscost a small fortune, at least in my mind, my dad and I got seats in the upperlevel. The opening band, Lifehouse, did a fairly good job, but most of theirsongs sounded pretty much the same.

Then, after a short sound check, thelights dimmed. The arena was like a monstrous cave, glittering with gems of everykind. Lights cast shadows across the crowd as the screaming amplified. Then, withthe first note, they burst onto the stage. Mick Jagger was as energetic as heever was.

The concert was unbelievable, probably the best one I've everbeen to. Even my dad thought that they were as good, if not better, than theywere when he saw them in the ྌs. I recommend everyone, of any age, go see them.

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Jan. 10 at 8:19 pm
i love this so much!
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