The Rolling Stones have asked to return to the American town of Lynn and to finish the set, which was interrupted 50 years ago because of the storm
Legendary British rockers The Rolling Stones have asked to come to the town of Lynn, near Boston, and finish the set, which was interrupted 50 years ago because of the storm.
An open letter to the musicians published Ted Grant, the publisher of the newspaper the Daily Item. He says time rolling that as long as they 24 Jun 1966 in Lynn, visited in the city “much has changed”.
When the British rockers interrupted the speech in the stadium Manning Bowl because of the storm. Angry fans broke through the barriers, so the police had to use tear gas. The rolling stones have vowed never to return to Lynn.
“We are not very proud, and so we can ask for,” – said the representative of the newspaper Beth Bresnahan.
Daily Item tried to contact representatives of The Rolling Stones, to find out whether the musicians to mark the 50th anniversary of the unfinished show, but there was no answer. Journalists intend to keep trying.
In an open letter, Grant said that on that memorable day he was absent in the stadium, because the mother didn’t allow him to leave the house in the dark. The publisher indicates that the town, which was mostly inhabited by the workers, has changed dramatically. It has a large concert hall and many new restaurants.
Grant even promised to pick up group members from the airport to place in your own home, drink coffee, feed dinner and offer a round of Golf. In return, he asks only one thing – to perform for the residents of Lynn song Monkey Man.
In turn, Beth Bresnahan acknowledges that Lynn has not very good reputation, as indicated by the famous poem “Lynn, Lynn, city of sin.” “In fact, the city received a second birth. We have many new restaurants, businesses, residential neighborhoods, and people moving to Lynn. We are experiencing a Grand time,” she says.
As recalled by Yahoo News, once Mick Jagger, frontman of the rolling stones sang: “You can’t always get what you want”. However, residents of Lynn, it seems, I hope that it is not.