Just in time for the holiday season, Mets 101's Seven in Seven series returns as our gift to you. Each week, the Mets 101 staff will begin a countdown of topics related to the New York Mets (i.e. best third baseman, worst defeat, etc.). We will begin our countdowns with the number seven and work all the way to number one. This week's Seven in Seven list is a jammer, as we will break down the greatest concerts at both Shea Stadium and Citi Field of all time. We continue our countdown with The Rolling Stones Shea Stadium six sold-out nights in 1989.
Concert Stats: The Rolling Stones finally put eight years of feuding behind them and headed to Flushing for six sellout concerts in October of 1989. The legendary rock band embarked on a 36 city tour in support of their new album, Steel Wheels.
Analysis: The Stones played a 25-song setlist, with highlights including "Ruby Tuesday," "Paint it Black," "Sympathy for the Devil" and "Jumpin' Jack Flash." Breakout hard rock group Living Colour opened the shows, fresh off their debut album "Vivid."
1.Start Me Up
3.Sad Sad Sad
4.Undercover Of The Night
9.Play With Fire
12.Honky Tonk Women
13.Rock And A Hard Place
15.You Can't Always Get What You Want
16.Before They Make Me Run
18.Paint It Black
19.2000 Light Years From Home
20.Sympathy For The Devil
22.It's Only Rock'n Roll
24.(I Can't Get No)Satisfaction
25.Jumping' Jack Flash (Encore)
Check back tomorrow as we continue our Mets 101 Seven in Seven Concert Series!Tags: Baseball, Citi Field, MLB, New York, New York Mets, Seven in Seven, Shea Stadium, The Rolling Stones