Van Halen, The Doobie Brothers
the Stage was huge and had a section that came out like a huge tounge Mick was wearing a flat looking cap not sure what they call them. Kind of Wild You star with Van Halen Heavy Rock high leaps to a laid back at times sitting on stools Doobie Brothers to back to a faster paced Rolling Stones set.Great Show Van Halen was amazing I did not know a whole lot about them at the time always have loved the Doobies and the Stones always rock this was no exception.Still got my poster 847 of 1000 signed by the artist and a 78 tour poster signed by the Band but that is another story.
This was the record crowd at the Dome for like 30 years or something. Loved the Doobie Bros. too.
This was wild as it gets. Me, Tony M and Carl P. Crazy insane and i think we went to the show too
VH blew the Dome off
I was 19 at the time, and when Eddie Van Halen slid out on the Rolling Stones' tongue wailing on "Eruption," I think about 80,000 jaws hit the floor. VH only played 30 minutes, super tight and focused (unlike later years), and stole the show. Both the Doobies and Stones were boring in comparison, and Mick Jagger was especially pathetic trying to climb the side gantry in some desperate attempt to be outrageous.
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