Bridges to Babylon's million-dollar, self-articulating bridge transported the Rolling Stones from its huge main stage dripping with gold and silver hues to a tiny, bare stage set roughly in the middle of the stadium venues. While the band has often sneaked in a few club dates before or during its regular tours, its nightly reacquaintance with the intimate feel of performing on a small stage gave the band an appetite for more of the same. And although the group did a handful of Bridges to ...
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