The Rolling Stones in Atlanta: Twitter, Web Info

 

Another sign of aging is when you experience a Rolling Stones concert via Twitter.

So I plead guilty to not having as much fun as the people who turned out at Bobby Dodd Stadium on the Georgia Tech campus Tuesday (June 9, 2015) to catch the Rolling Stones concert, part of the Zip Code tour.

To make me feel even worse, the band members themselves were out there rockin’ away, despite ranging in age from 68 to 74. (I’m not that far along yet.). So when I reach the next life, it likely will be with never having experienced a Stones gig. Even these guys aren’t going to be at it forever.

But it obviously was a great show, and some of the flavor indeed comes through on Twitter. Not only do the Stones get into social media in a big way, but social media usage has gotten so pervasive that videos, tweets and other postings carry an incredible amount of info. So here we go:

Also, Mick Jagger paid tribute to the crowd in the informative live blog:

http://www.rollingstones.com/2015/06/10/zip-code-atlanta-30332/

And the Georgia Tech social media crew was out in force for the big on-campus event:

But does he “drink (his) whiskey clear?” 🙂

— Did you attend The Rolling Stones concert Tuesday in Atlanta? Leave a comment below.

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About Steve Burns

I live in the Atlanta area. I also lived for many years in Southern California. I'm into mainstream media, social media, sports, business and politics. I worked for AOL's Patch, but this is my personal blog. I'm on Twitter (@bsteve76), Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and Pinterest. See ya 'round!
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