(Not) Rolling Stones in Croker?

The_SR

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Great news for music fans. The Stones are due to play Croker in May.

Not so good news for the residents as CP has planning for three gigs. This will be the fourth.

Are Aitken promotions and the GAA for real? Four years after the Garth Brookes debacle they have done it again.
 


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Don't start me up! The residents can't get no satisfaction. Aitken and the GAA might as well paint it black.
 

Mushroom

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There's absolutely nothing to worry about!

Mícheál Mac Donncha, Sinn Féin's sartorially challenged Lord Mayor of Dublin has his finger on the pulse.
 
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There's absolutely nothing to worry about!

Mícheál Mac Donncha, Sinn Féin's sartorially challenged Lord Mayor of Dublin has his finger on the pulse.
Wild horses couldn't drag him away from this.
 

The_SR

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There's absolutely nothing to worry about!

Mícheál Mac Donncha, Sinn Féin's sartorially challenged Lord Mayor of Dublin has his finger on the pulse.
What album is that on?

Is time on his side though?
 

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Huge Stones fan. Saw them in Slane the last time. Swore never to see them again in a large venue. Pretty poor. Would pay good money to see them in a small intimate setting. When I say good money I mean the cost of a pair of jeans.

 

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What album is that on?

Is time on his side though?

It's on the third side of their critically acclaimed "Sympathy for the Devil - Live from Long Kesh" EP. If you listen closely, you can hear the Wolfe Tones playing tin whistles and bin lids in the background.
 


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