Stones play private gig for Deutsche Bank execs

13th July 2007, Comments 0 comments

13 July 2007, MADRID - The Deutsche Bank, Germany's biggest banking institution, hired the Rolling Stones to play for 700 people at an exclusive party in Barcelona, a Spanish news report said Friday.

13 July 2007

MADRID - The Deutsche Bank, Germany's biggest banking institution, hired the Rolling Stones to play for 700 people at an exclusive party in Barcelona, a Spanish news report said Friday.

Mick Jagger and the band took time during their Bigger Bang world tour to play for senior executives and their associates in the Catalan National Art Museum, El Periodico de Calaunya reported.

The exclusive gig Thursday saw the band play their big hits - from Start Me Up to (I Can't get No) Satisfaction - for an hour and a half on a stage draped in black, the report said.

The guests - most of them in formal attire - had eagerly taken to the dance floor as the band struck up following a sumptuous dinner on an evening that had cost around four million euros, the report said.

The Deutsche Bank had no comment, the report said. Investment banking circles are, however, no strangers to such lavish parties thrown for employees and customers. dpa jv mt sc

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Subject: Spanish news

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