While Thursday night's HBO premiere of the Rolling Stones' documentary, Crossfire Hurricane, highlights some of the low points of the band's career and how they overcame them, Mick Jagger does have a few personal positive highlights from throughout their 50 years. While he says it's hard to list them, three that come to mind are:
- Their 2006 show in front of an estimated one-million people on the beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
- Their first show following the release of Exile on Main Street, June 3rd, 1972 in Vancouver, Canada.
- And mounting their Steel Wheels tour in 1989, featuring their biggest stage up to that point.
Up next for the Stones are five shows -- two in London later this month and three in the New York City-area in December.