It had only been a month since I last saw Moe., but that’s a month too long! This time I had the pleasure of seeing one of my favorite bands in a venue that I’ve never been too but that has some history too it. The Stone Pony in Asbury Park, NJ is now on top of my list of places to see a show.
The Stone Pony has been around since 1974 and is known as the starting point for Springstein and Jon Bon Jovi. Over the years the Stone Pony has been host to an innumerable number of great bands and musicians. Robert Santelli, the vice-president of the Rock and Rock Hall of Fame has said that the Stone Pony is “one of the greatest rock clubs of all time.” I agree and had a great time.
The Stone Pony is a truly unique spot to see a show. The walls are adorned with SUPERSTARS either in their prime or before they’d hit it big. Van Zandt, Springstein, Bon Jovi, Johnny Lyon, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Cheap Trick, Greg Allman, Skid Row, Blondie, Van Morrison, the list goes on FOREVER.
We all love Moe. You don’t nee me to tell you about Moe. But I really recommend making a point to see a show at the Stone Pony if you ever have even the slightest chance.
Set 1: 32 Things > Bullet, Water > Hector’s Pillow > Bring You Down, Wind it up