It may be only rock and roll, but when the Rolling Stones play it, we like it. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ron Wood began their 2015 ‘Zip Code’ concert tour with mighty ‘Jumpin’ Jack Flash’ at Petco Park in San Diego. The Rolling Stones began their career in 1962 in London, and 53 years later are still satisfying their fans with a touring schedule that would make younger men weep.
As Jagger strutted across the stage belting out all the old favorites, San Diego’s Petco Park rocked, while Keith danced with Ronnie Wood; Charlie Watts was never better banging out “Sympathy for the Devil.” The world’s greatest rock and roll band even played a number voted on by fans. The band was dressed in matching blues and purples with Darryl Jones playing bass, Chuck Leavell on keyboard, Karl Denson and Tim Ries on sax. Lisa Fischer and Bernard Fowler sang back up vocals for the articulate Mick Jagger.