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The Rolling Stones

Crusaders

Date

July 26, 1975
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Venue

I.U. Assembly Hall

Location

Bloomington, United States

Promoter: Sunshine Promotions, Indianapolis
Attendance: 16,857 Gross Receipts: $140,013
The Rolling Stones: Fee: $50,000, Percentage Payment: $43,009, Total Payment: $93,009
Crusaders: Fee paid by The Rolling Stones

Ticket courtesy of Phil DaCoola

Ad courtesy of Brad Long

Photo by RB

Backstage pass courtesy of Steve Sybesma

Photo by Nancy Catterson Lavely

Photo by Nancy Catterson Lavely

Photo by Nancy Catterson Lavely

Photo by Nancy Catterson Lavely

Photo by Nancy Catterson Lavely

Photo by Nancy Catterson Lavely

Photo by Donnie Casel

Photo by Donnie Casel

Photo by Donnie Casel

Photo by Donnie Casel

Photo by Donnie Casel

Tour promo wall hanging courtesy of Jeff Stevens

 

 

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Dan Eades

    My friend Larry and I drove from New Albany, IN in my dad’s 72′ Cutlass Supreme that summer for this concert in between my freshman/sophomore years at IU. As I recall, Ron Wood and Billy Preston (with his magnificent fro) were recent additions. (Ron Wood defected from The Faces and Stewarty.) I’m really testing my memory now but I think it was Mick’s 30th birthday? There was a large hole in the stage and a giant pink nylon blow up “phallic symbol” arose from it and Jagger danced around and performed various gestures with it! The Crusaders were great and I still cherish my vinyl of “Chain Reaction” to this day.
    Indeed this was a special concert which I’ll hopefully never forget.

  2. Michael Branson

    As I was there. Blissfully sitting in the cloud of weed that encompassed the hall, I soaked it all in. My first concert. It was very hard to surpass what I had been a part of. The anticipation, to the opening chord of Honky Tonk Women, to the final note of Jumping Jack Flash will be burnt into my memory forever. I’ve seen The Stones on 3 other occasions. More technically refined everytime. But the rawness, energy, and tightness of the band on that evening was second to none. And yes, it was Mick’s bday and yes,,,that giant schlong that Mick rode during Star F*cker was definitely a show stopper. Ah,,the good ol’ days

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