Rolling Stones thrill thousands at Indianapolis concert

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Rolling Stones entertained tens of thousands of fans during a Fourth of July concert at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway that was the band’s first show in the city since 1994.

The Indianapolis Star reports Saturday night’s concert attracted an estimated audience of 50,000 to see Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood perform the rock band’s classic songs.

Richards fell once as he ran along a catwalk that extended from the stage while he was holding his guitar aloft in his left hand during a rendition of the song “Miss You.”

But the guitarist quickly rose, collected himself and laughed off his fall.

Davey Barrett of Indianapolis says he loved the concert. He says, “Mick Jagger is still the coolest person to walk the Earth.”

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