Mick Jagger narrates emotional tribute to Royal Albert Hall’s 150th birthday
Wild Rose) and scored by Oscar-winner Steven Price (Gravity) opens with silent, swooping views of the abandoned-looking venue as Jagger says,"Empty and silent most of the year, this room awaits from you what you alone as visitor can bring." Over sentimental strings, Jagger's words are intercut with raucous images of audiences losing their minds and dancing at shows past.
“I have some wonderful memories of performing there with the Stones in the 1960s when once or twice it did get a bit wild, with enthusiastic fans joining us on stage and almost bringing the show to an abrupt end – but we soldiered on and had a great time," Jagger said in a
recollectionof the band's 1966 final show at the venue. “Without doubt, the Royal Albert Hall is one of the greatest concert venues in the world,” he added. Read more: billboard »
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😎 Mick Jagger narrates emotional tribute to Royal Albert Hall’s 150th birthday