The Rolling Stones: Live In Concert
The 2020 No Filter tour has been postponed like everything else. Hear classic Stones recorded live on the 'Bridges to Babylon' trek in 1998.
Are you missing live shows as much as we are? There haven't been any live concerts since March and we don't know when they will return, so The Rocker is doing something about it. Every Saturday night at 8, it's Live in Concert. Tune in at 107.7, listen live at WRKR.com or on the Rocker app if you're on the go and hear live cuts from classic rock icons.
There can't be anybody who has been on the road longer than the Rolling Stones. Their first ever gig was at the Marquee Club in London on July 12, 1962, the year John, Paul, George and Pete took up residence at the Cavern Club. While the Beatles quit touring at the peak of their popularity in 1966, Mick, Keith and company have booked 23 tours since then, circling the globe and bringing rock and roll to the masses. This week, hear a set recorded on September 2 of 1988 while the band was in Germany, one of 25 countries on their Bridges to Babylon world tour. The Rolling Stones played 108 shows to over 4.6 million people, across 4 continents this time out.
Also on the show, hear an early club date from Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers touring behind their second record You're Gonna Get It in 1978, and the Cars live that same year, when their self-titled debut record had just been released. The Steve Miller Band rounds out this week's lineup.
Saturday nights rock with Live in Concert, every week at 8 pm, exclusively on Kalamazoo's Rock Station 107.7 RKR.
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