Rolling Stones Concert San Diego - Zip Code Tour

Any doubts as to whether the Stones could still fill a baseball stadium while delivering the sort of rarefied rock and roll circus that’s become their trademark were erased almost immediately when the band stormed the stage with a hungry, rugged version of ”Jumpin’ Jack Flash”.

Flanked on a massive stage by high-definition video towers and ushered in with a smoky hail of fireworks and colorful bursts, the band made it clear they were there not to merely trot out a nostalgic night of memories and reveries, but rather to remind a jam-packed house that they are still very much a force to be reckoned with.

But then the Bob Cole Conservatory Chamber Choir from California State University, Long Beach hits the angelic opening notes of the first encore, the stately, atmospheric “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” and it’s back to the grandeur and church-like atmosphere that Jagger seems especially in tune with. He clearly wants to celebrate, and so celebrate he does. That he will be 72 this summer means zero. When he breaks out in full sprint during “Brown Sugar” and makes it all the way from stage left to right in about 10 seconds, you realize it’s not about age. It’s about heart, energy and a force of will. It’s about the joy of watching arguably the greatest entertainer in modern history. It ended just around midnight and with the last strains of “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” still rattling around the ballpark.

Rolling Stones Set List — Petco Park, San Diego, Calif., May 24, 2015

1. “Jumpin’ Jack Flash”

2. “It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll (But I Like It)”

3. “All Down the Line”

4. “Tumbling Dice”

5. “Doom and Gloom”

6. “Bitch” (with Gary Clark, Jr.)

7. “Moonlight Mile”

8. “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking”

9. “Street Fighting Man” 

10. “Honky Tonk Women” 

11. “Slipping Away” 

12. “Before They Make Me Run” 

13. “Midnight Rambler” 

14. “Miss You” 

15. “Gimme Shelter” 

16. “Start Me Up” 

17. “Sympathy for the Devil” 

18. “Brown Sugar” 


19. “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” (with the Bob Cole Conservatory Chamber Choir from California State University, Long Beach) 

20. “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” 

San Diego Photographer Sells Photo of Cabrillo Bridge

30" x 20" print of "San Diego Historical Cabrillo Bridge" was sold to a collector in San Diego. Russ Harris a local La Jolla resident has sold his prints throughout the world.  San Diego's coastal landscape has been the focus of many of his photos. Check out some of Russ' Landscape photography below

Double Rainbow Downtown San Diego

San Diego Fine Art Photographer, Russell Harris, captures a "Double Rainbow" over downtown San Diego. This photograph was captured from the Harbor Club with the city skyline.

Cityscape Photography - San Diego Skyline at Dusk

Captured from Coronado as a storm front was passing through San Diego. The San Diego Skyline was back-lite by the setting sun's golden hour rays on the thunderhead clouds.  Harris' photography has appeared on numerous magazine covers as well as being purchased as fine art photography throughout the world.  

Coronado Shores Condos - Architectural Photography

Architectural photography should always tell a story in one photo. Architectural Photographer, Russ Harris captured the Coronado Shores luxury oceanfront condos with this beach side photo.  This complex is located on 32 acres of the Pacific Ocean's shoreline and consists of ten towers.  One only needs to view this photo to see the panoramic views as well as the lifestyle this unique property offers.  Capturing your property is all about telling a story.   Real Estate listing photography for realtor and owners wanting to show their properties assets in it's best light!!!  Russ recommends giving Sarah Engel (858) 352-6018 a longtime Coronado Realtor a call for all your Coronado real estate needs.

La Jolla Photographer Sells Fine Art Print

La Jolla Photographer Sells Fine Art PrintCollector in Leawood Kansas Purchases a Russ Harris Photograph

A collector in Leawood Kansas purchased a 40" x 29" canvas print of "The Warming Hut - La Jolla" by Fine Art Photographer, Russell Harris.

For further information or to search Russ Harris' online catalog click here.

La Jolla Country Club's dining room view as captured by photographer

Fine art photographer, Russell Harris captures the panoramic vies from the hill side perch of the La Jolla Country Club's main dining room. The club sits above the village of La Jolla and has breathtaking views of the Pacific ocean and surrounding landscape.  The ocean breezes and views make this truly a spectacular location to photograph from.

If you are interested in having your architectural properties photographed contact Russell Harris to discuss your specific project.  838.336.4820 

Fine Art Photographer, Russell Harris sells a print to a collector in Columbia, MD

Gaslamp Quarter by San Diego Photgrapher - Russell HarrisSan Diego Photographer Russell Harris Sells Gaslamp Quarter Photo to a collector in Columbia MA

Published commercial photographer, Russell Harris recently sold one of his photos of the Gaslamp Quarter to a buyer in Columbia, MD. Russ has had his photos appear on magazine covers, in marketing and promotional advertising as well as being featured as a 30' x 10' mural in Union Bank in UTC.

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