"I went out and shot an elk this morning," Mick Jagger told University of Montana students last night, at a concert that sold 20,000 tickets. "Don't worry," he added, "I put it back." The concert brought an 85-foot, six-story stage to Montana's picturesque campus, angering one Kaimin columnist who worried the rock-and-roll wasn't worth the pollution and disruption. He joined a minority of anti-Stones Missoulans, including two who did not buy tickets and watched the concert from a nearby mountaintop instead.
"This sucks. It's worse than hearing them on the radio," one said. Then, reports the Kaimin, "as if on cue," the Rolling Stones struck the first notes of "You Can't Always Get What You Want."