Mr. Living in Peru at The Rolling Stones (YOUTUBE)


If I can dance, move and entertain like *Mick Jagger* when I’m 72, then nothing can stop me from getting to a hundred.

That was my final thought after having watched *The Rolling Stones play in Peru for the first time ever* last night in front of *more than 50,000 fans* gathered to enjoy the band, the songs and the spirit they brought with them. I admit, I was a little skeptical before going. Could they still keep it up or was this the final retirement tour.

Man, was I wrong!

They way The Rolling Stones played last night, I’d say they still have many years to entertain the world. I really wonder what it is that makes Mick Jagger dance like a teenager night after night and he doesn’t even look tired after two hours of Rock’n Roll. Is it *Maca and good pisco* that gives him the energy to entertain us decade after decade? What’s his secret? I didn’t get the chance to find out, but maybe he’ll write a book and share his secret with us.

p=. “The Rolling Stones rock out in historic concert in Lima (PHOTOS)”:

Another thing that impressed me, was Mick’s ability to speak in Spanish. He didn’t say much, but MUCH more than most artists visiting Latin America and he did it good.

I’m very pleased to give The Rolling Stones and this concert *5 out of 5 stars* and I look forward to see them again, whenever the opportunity occurs.

Keep rocking guys! You’re four amazing rolling stones!

*The Rolling Stones setlist last night:*
Start Me Up
It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll (But I Like It)
Tumbling Dice
Out Of Control
Like A Rolling Stone
Paint It Black
Honky Tonk Women
-Band introductions
You Got The Silver (with Keith on lead vocals)
Before They Make Me Run (with Keith on lead vocals)
Midnight Rambler
Miss You
Gimme Shelter
Jumpin’ Jack Flash
Sympathy For The Devil
Brown Sugar
You Can’t Always Get What You Want (with the Ludus Vocalis)
(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction

According to the band’s website, Mick told the Lima audience in Spanish, “Keith and I came here in the 60’s, 50 years later we’re finally playing in Perú!”

Check out The Rolling Stones performing in Lima last night!

_YouTube: The Rolling Stones 2016_

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Carsten Korch

Originally from Denmark, Carsten returned to Peru in 2002 with his wife and eldest son. He started in 2005, among other ventures in Peru. Before this, Carsten has worked in tourism, living in France, Sicily and the U.S., and promoted bands like Metallica, Def Leppard and U2 for PolyGram Records (now Universal Music). Carsten loves pisco sours, Peru’s cuisine, and traveling with his family within Peru, a country that he believes is the land of opportunities.

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