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Yup, The Rolling Stones played the Belly Up

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Both of these shows were private events, but I luckily managed to swing them both. While these can’t technically count, it didn’t get better than seeing Steven Tyler and Joe Perry in center field, or watching Mick and Keith lean on each other during “Paint It Black” under the blue neon of the Belly Up sign. (Sean M. Haffey)

After The Rolling Stones played a sold-out show at Petco Park Sunday night, rumors began circulating about a second show at the Belly Up Tavern in Solana Beach.

A private affair Wednesday for friends and family of a former HP exec, who reportedly paid $2 million for the band, tickets were not available for the general public Wednesday night.

Rolling Stones play the Belly Up

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While we weren’t at the show, our friend, Meryl Klemow of the Belly Up, was on-site and called 102.1 KPRi to discuss.

A giddy Klemow (who was up all night) said: “the show itself was legendary, a life changing experience.”

Rolling Stones play the Belly Up 2

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Even though the show had a “No phones” policy, Klemow was able to sneak a pic of the historic night.

Rolling Stones play the Belly Up 3

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And, a copy of the 17 song setlist which included Stones classics “Start Me Up,” “Brown Sugar,” and “Satisfaction.” For those keeping score, that translates to over $133,000 a song.

A complete recap of The Rolling Stones concert at the Belly Up with Klemow can be heard below.

KPRI talks Rolling Stones show

https://soundcloud.com/cantore-102-1-kpri/chris-cantore-meryl-of-the-belly-up-talk-private-rolling-stones-show

Source: DiscoverSD