So the cheapest seats for The Rolling Stones' upcoming gig in Brooklyn are $170 a piece.
And people (erroneously) thought The Who were money-grubbers. Um, wow.
I'm a pretty big Stones fan, but man, $170 nosebleed tickets? That's greed of the highest order, fellas. Makes the $28.50 I paid for the Steel Wheels show I caught in 1989 - 16th row on the football field, in front of Bill Wyman - seem like a pocket change.
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