Saturday Open Thread: Rolling Stones at Barclays Center Tonight
The Rolling Stones are doing their soundcheck for tonight's performance at Barclay's Center in Brooklyn.
Don't forget you can watch the December 15 performance live on pay per view -- $40 for HD, $30 otherwise (at least on Xfinity/Comcast.)
The Stones have put an amazing quantity of songs from live shows, even full concerts, on You Tube. With one of those blue-ray/smart tv devices, you can easily watch You Tube videos on your big screen TV (as well as Netflix and Amazon Prime.) This is the one I got, (Sony $89), it's 1/3 the size of my old blue-ray player, the wi-fi is built in. [More....]
You can sign into your you tube account on the TV and the watchlist you made on the computer comes up, so you don't have to search all over for your videos. Amazon and Neflix have your watch list too, as well as full listings in case you feel like watching something new but don't want to log on to the computer.
Every cable service seems to be carrying the Stones on Pay per View. If you want to see them before then, the Stones have joined the Dec. 12 Hurricane Sandy benefit. It will be broadcast to almost 2 billion people worldwide in theatres, on TV and streaming on the Internet. Here's how to watch.
The Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi, The Who, Eric Clapton, Paul McCartney, Billy Joel and more, all in one show, and it's free (but please make a donation to the Sandy victims.)
This is an open thread, all topics welcome.
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