It is a sad fact that at the first attempt to see a concert of The Rolling Stones, we find a devotee for The Beatles. But that's rock. It doesn't distinguish between friends or enemies. Alvaro Tarifa is 42 years old and has been "burning records" of his satanic majesties since three months. He confirms that he loves to attend concerts like there is no tomorrow but that this is his first time seeing the Stones. He says, "The last time they visited, I was sure I wasn't going, but they surprised me." Adrian Herrero (42), nods. Although they miss Charlie Watts dearly, Ivan de Rosa (48), says that he is "the law and the way of life."
Marisa Ramirez claims she is Miss Sixty. She comes along with Sheila Morales (33 years old). It is Sheila's first time seeing a Stones concert and Marisa's seventh. Both come from Cordoba. It is something I consider mythical and something you must see at least once in my life. Sheila says it's the thrill of the initial. Marisa calls it a "reunion". It was 31 years ago when I first saw them. >. She confirms that the Stones' last concert is what she has heard for many years. She says, "They're going die singing, dancing, and playing because that's their thing."
Emilio Gonzalez Garcia (60) boasts that he has a different shirt to all the others. True. He has been to at least five or six concerts all over the globe. He says, "It's almost like talking about any inventor," and admits that Ron Wood is "a little bit of a devil." He points out that although they have claimed it is dead for over 40 years, he will still answer them when he sees it leap.
They serve the last drink to Flor Arce (43 years old); Francisco Platero (48); and Sofia and Nicolas (21 and 14). Although they are from Benidorm and Flor is originally from Argentina, the four of them come from Benidorm. However, Flor has seen the Stones five more times in Argentina. >. Amen, Sophia, amen.
Sheila Morales y Miss Sixty.