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The Rolling Stones 1973 Kooyong Concert To Be Recreated for 45th Anniversary

by Paul Cashmere on January 20, 2018

in News

On 17 February 1973 the Rolling Stones played Kooyong in Melbourne, Australia.

On 17 February 2018 Tim Rogers, Davey Lane, Ash Naylor and a band of Melbourne’s finest musicians will become the Monkey Men for one day and recreate the entire show song by song.

3RRR’s Brian Wise and Max Crawdaddy and The Cherry Bar’s James Young conceived the show and first did it for the 40th anniversary..

Young says “All I can say is check out the set list and see you at The Corner for this historic event:

1. Brown Sugar
2. Bitch
3. Rocks Off
4. Gimme Shelter
5. Happy
6. Tumbling Dice
7. Love in Vain
8. Sweet Virginia
9. You Can’t Always Get What You Want
10. Honky Tonk Women
11. Down The Line
12. Midnight Rambler
13. Bye Bye Johnny
14. Jumpin Jack Flash
15. Street Fighting Man

“We staged this show with the exact same killer line-up in 2013 for the 40th anniversary and sold out two performances!”

The Monkey Men also features Stephen Hadley (Tex Perkins) on guitars, Matthew Cotter (Even) on drums, Bruce Haymes (Renee Geyer) on keys, Jack Howard (Midnight Oil & Hunters & Collectors) & Ben Marslandon horns and Eliza & Talei Wolfgramm on backing vocals. Max Crawdaddywill DJ and James ‘The Hound Dog’ Young will MC.

The Rolling Stones’ 1973 Kooyong Concert 45th Anniversary w The Monkey Men (18+)
Saturday 17 February
The Corner Hotel, 57 Swan St, Richmond
Doors 1pm
Tickets $38+bf through The Corner Box Office or
$45 on the door (if available)

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