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Should Sir Michael Philip "Mick" Jagger (born 26 July 1943) and the guys tour the US again?

splmcken57 2012/07/26 16:38:18
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should the Rolling Stones tour one more time?
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  • Quazimoto 2012/07/31 20:33:56
    No - retire
    Quazimoto
    Who do these people think they are, BB King?
  • sherdon2 2012/07/31 15:10:55
    No - retire
    sherdon2
    Stay home.
  • MrsJJS 2012/07/29 21:24:33
    No - retire
    MrsJJS
    I saw the Stones 2 years ago or so at Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Wales...BORING! I was seriously disappointed. Certainly wouldn't pay to see them again. There is something fundamentally wrong with paying to see a nearly 70 year old man shake is ass in tight pants on stage….lol After that performance, in my mind they went from the Rolling Stones to the Strolling Bones
  • Rachel Thomas 2012/07/29 12:41:21
    No - retire
    Rachel Thomas
    They look so old now I keep expecting to see cobwebs on them.
  • Cleaver62 2012/07/29 10:23:36
    No - retire
    Cleaver62
    The Stones have a handful of classic songs but haven’t been relevant to music since the early to mid 70s. they have been coasting on the good will of a few fans. I wish they would just hang it up already. Watching grandparents perform on stage is a sad way to spend an evening.
  • Frannin 2012/07/28 20:46:36
    YES - they can still rock the house
    Frannin
    +1
    Yes, I saw a recent piece on PBS highlighting a musical gathering at the White House
    in which Mick sang three of their songs and he was really great. And Keith Richards
    is still young at heart and great on the guitar. Why not headline another tour to the USA?
  • relic 2012/07/28 20:31:01
    No - retire
    relic
    +1
    Only if the tour is of Assisted-Living residences.
  • Tamara McMillan 2012/07/28 20:29:04
    YES - they can still rock the house
    Tamara McMillan
    +1
    IF They still want to and still sound good. . . heck yeah!
  • Sofahead 2012/07/28 14:11:46
    YES - they can still rock the house
    Sofahead
    +2
    It's usually arrogant to tell anyone to retire, it's their choice.
    If they can still put on a good show and they enjoy what they are doing, why retire?
    Although there is tendency to think tours are based around needing money.
  • kurtanderson1 2012/07/28 12:54:29
    YES - they can still rock the house
    kurtanderson1
    +1
    They're about to fall over, but if they can still sell tickets, why not?
  • Helmholtz 2012/07/28 07:53:46
    No - retire
    Helmholtz
    +1
    If they do, I won't go. They haven't put out anything good for a couple of decades now. I'd say that's a sign to retire.
  • Irish little 2012/07/28 03:48:28
    No - retire
    Irish little
    +1
    So what if they can " crock " the house.
  • RS 2012/07/28 03:22:04
    YES - they can still rock the house
    RS
    +2
    It is up to the ticket buyers to decide not to go. Rock On!
  • Bill 2012/07/28 02:30:20
    No - retire
    Bill
    +2
    All things must come to an end. Time to give the grandkids their shot at fame.
  • Devil's Advocate 2012/07/28 01:08:07
    YES - they can still rock the house
    Devil's Advocate
    +2
    100% YES!!!
  • RJeffreySavlov 2012/07/28 01:05:54
    No - retire
    RJeffreySavlov
    +1
    Intelligent thinking says, retire when you are on top.
  • Tony Cicarella 2012/07/28 00:59:20
    No - retire
    Tony Cicarella
    +1
    Time to retire before they destroy the image.
  • hasher 2012/07/28 00:55:23
    YES - they can still rock the house
    hasher
    +2
    saw the stones a few years ago they were awsome!! what does age have to do with rock and roll?? they and several other bands back in the 60's were the pioneers of rock.
  • britbiker 2012/07/28 00:14:11
    YES - they can still rock the house
    britbiker
    +1
    That should be their decision, I personally am not much of a Rolling Stones fan. If they still want to jam, I say let them
  • Lil 2012/07/27 22:22:54 (edited)
    No - retire
    Lil
    God no... And PFF FF 69...
  • hasher Lil 2012/07/28 00:57:11
    hasher
    +1
    what does age have to do with rocking??? im almost 60 and i love heavy metal classic rock and even some alternative rock youre never too old to rock!! wait till you get as old as iam.
  • Lil hasher 2012/07/28 01:06:41
    Lil
    +1
    Have you ever seen the show "Louie"?
  • Don Leuty 2012/07/27 22:22:14
    No - retire
    Don Leuty
    +2
    Warmed over has-beens are usually a disappointment. The higher the expectations, the greater the disappointment. I'd prefer a best of retrack and a good memory than a voice no longer there.
  • No nonsense NanC...don't BS... 2012/07/27 22:21:43
    No - retire
    No nonsense NanC...don't BS me!
    +2
    I saw them at the Super Bowl last year and they are awful.................. Rock
    musicians don't know how to retire gracefully from the stage, but tours even
    by has-beens can bring in mucho dollars.
  • Thunderwalker 2012/07/27 22:20:16
    No - retire
    Thunderwalker
    +1
    They should have quit in 1980....
  • hasher Thunder... 2012/07/28 00:58:31
    hasher
    +2
    NEVER!!! if you dont like them then dont go see them but they are still way better than some of these hip hop and punk band around now.
  • Demoness 2012/07/27 22:20:08
    YES - they can still rock the house
    Demoness
    +1
    Why shouldnt they? Anyway..69 is hardly considered old nowadays!!
  • 'Zedd 2012/07/27 22:19:40
  • Arel 2012/07/27 22:17:52
    YES - they can still rock the house
    Arel
  • Daryl 2012/07/27 22:16:26
    YES - they can still rock the house
    Daryl
  • hasher Daryl 2012/07/28 01:00:19
    hasher
    +1
    they sure can. i saw them a few years ago and they were awsome!!!
  • LADY LIBERTY SILLY WORDSMITH 2012/07/27 08:28:45
    No - retire
    LADY LIBERTY SILLY WORDSMITH
    I never LIKED MICK JAGGER! DON'T CARE FOR MICK'S MUSIC!
  • Sofahead LADY LI... 2012/07/28 14:08:13
    Sofahead
    +1
    That's no reason that they should retire.
  • LADY LI... Sofahead 2012/07/28 22:06:26
    LADY LIBERTY SILLY WORDSMITH
    YEAH, I AGREE! I DISLIKE HIM FOR HURTING MANY OF HIS WOMEN

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  • Sparklee 2012/07/26 16:52:26
    YES - they can still rock the house
    Sparklee
    +1
    Yes.If he can still entertain and give performances like he does he should keep going.People dwell on age too much.He can still jump around and dance like he did 50 years ago,so it shouldn't matter what age he is.The way he's going he will be eighty and still going strong.
  • splmcken57 2012/07/26 16:43:49
    YES - they can still rock the house
    splmcken57
    +1
    Of course the guys can still rock it...

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