The Rolling Stones performed a stellar 2-hour set at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California on Thursday night to over 60,000 fans, and Mick Jagger had some great banter when talking to fans. He said he and his bandmates had went to look for their star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, but couldn’t find it. A member of The Rolling Stones revealed how he has brutally fallen down and no longer gets embarrassed in a newly uploaded interview.
Jagger also said that he went to Wolfgang Puck’s Spago restaurant in Beverly Hills, but he was rejected entry as he had arrived too late. He did say he was able to later get Wolfgang Puck to cook for him. Located in the heart of Beverly Hills along Canon Drive, Spago is the flagship restaurant of the Wolfgang Puck Fine Dining Group. Renovated in 2012 by Waldo’s Designs, the sleek and simple design of the restaurant enhances the iconic, market-driven menus and exceptional level of service for which the restaurant is best known. For lunch and dinner guests can choose from a seasonal a la carte menu, or explore the best of the west with the chefs’ multi-course California Tasting Menu.
Mick Jagger was ripped by a big name for his bedroom performance earlier this week. Mick also had some funny lines during the band introductions, calling drummer Charlie Watts the ‘economic advisor to Greenland.’ He mentioned that the Stones hadn’t played the Rose Bowl in 25 years, and that the first time they played in Los Angeles was 55 years ago. He also apologized for having to reschedule the concert, saying he knows it had to affect fans’ plans.
He thanked fans who came from all throughout Southern California including Santa Monica, Glendale, Orange County, and the Valley. Robert Downey Jr. also made a guest appearance prior to the Stones’ performances, mentioning that a rock on Mars had been named after the band. Keith Richards revealed last week who gave him more headaches than Mick Jagger.