Hey pallies, likes almost yearly we here at ilovedinomartin celebrate June 5, 1964 as a stunnin'ly significant day in all of Dino-history. Likes it was on that date almost 51 years 'go that our most beloved Dino's hostin' of the Hollywood Palace variety show became show biz history as our Dino introduced musical guest artists "The Rolling Stones," by sayin' these now most famous lines....."Now.....somethin' for the youngsters. Five singin' boys from England who sold a lot of al-b-ums. Albums. They're called the Rollin' Stones. I'VE BEEN ROLLED WHEN I WAS STONED MYSELF. So, I don't know what they're singin''bout, but there they are at."
Well, yesterday as we opened our email and found a google Dino-'lert we were sent to the on-line presence of the San Diego Union-Tribute where scriber Mr. George Varga shares the post, "Rolling Stones soar at surprise L.A. show." It's full of wonderful words 'bout the Rolling Stones' May 20 performance at "the intimate Fonda Theatre in Hollywood." If you clicks on the tag of this here Dino-gram you will be taken to the original postin' where you can read it in total.
What really caught our Dino-attentionado was how Mr. Mick Jagger made reference to our most beloved Dino in his comments to the gathered crowd. As you will note below Jagger said, “And Taylor Swift is here with Dean Martin. Thank you, Dean! Love your work.” Image that pallies after almost 51 years after our Dino's rollin' of the Stones on "The Hollywood Palace," the Stones' leader Mr. Mick Jagger rolled back!
Likes how remarkable rad is that dudes?!?!?!?! Mick Jagger givin' a notable nod to our King of Cool. We loves how Mr. Jagger after all these years homaged our Dino in this coolest of cool way....provin' that the Dino-light keeps glowin' brighter and brighter with each passin' day. ilovedinomartin salutes Mr. Mick Jagger for his stunnin' shout out to our most beloved Dino and to Mr. George Varga for sharin' in in print! Dino-awed, DMP btw pallies, we couldn't resist sharin' a youtube vid of that most famous of famous moments in Dino-history!
“We haven’t been in Los Angeles in a couple of years,” Jagger said, referring to the band’s 2013 Fifty & Counting tour. “It’s a little bit smaller here than (at) the (20,000-capacity) Staples Center.
He then jokingly referred to a number of celebrities in the audience, several of whom — most notably Clark Gable — are long deceased. “And Taylor Swift is here with Dean Martin. Thank you, Dean! Love your work.”
Longtime fans surely savored the jab at Martin. The Rolling Stones appeared on his ABC variety show, “Hollywood Palace,” in June 1964, when Martin took pot shots at the band members’ then-unfashionably long hair. The fact that the theater where “Hollywood Palace” was shot is only blocks away from the Fonda was surely not lost on Jagger.