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April 28, 1995 - Image 87

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-04-28

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he first saw the legendary group
perform live at Philadelphia's
JFK Stadium.
"When I was 14, I listened to
Texile on Main Street.' "
That was 18 years ago. Now
he's part of the "in" crowd, shar-
ing the same address — staying
at plush hotels — as part of the
Stones' inner circle on tour.
Andy Snitzer went from audi-
tion to performance in a "Jumpin'
Jack Flash." On July 1, Mr.
Snitzer had his first tryout with
the band. Two weeks later, he
was headed for Washington to
perform with the members in
concert.
"This is not just another sum-
mer gig," laughs Mr. Snitzer. "It's
surreal."
"At any one particular moment
while I'm up on stage, it's a job,"
says Mr. Snitzer.
"But then here I am watching
Mick Jagger singing `Jumpin'
Jack Flash,' " flashing back to the
time when "I was singing that
song at camp when I was 12.
And I'm thinking 'This is
insane!'
"It's amazing to look out on
60,000 people and see them
rockin'," Mr. Snitzer says of the
football stadiums where he and
the Stones perform.
Andy Snitzer is not about to
get off his cloud soon from this
dream job — the tour runs to July
31 and takes in Canada and
South America as well as the
United States.
"Now I'll see the world in high
style," says Mr. Snitzer of the pri-
vate 727 the group charters as
well as the deluxe hotels the
Stones stay in.
"This is wonderful, great — but
I miss home," he says of Fort Lee,
N.J.
And make no mistake, says
Andy Snitzer. Life isn't "sex,
drugs and rock 'n' roll."
"Honky Tonk Women" is a
song, not a lifestyle for the Stones,
he says.
"I knew before this tour about
the popular notion of what
happens backstage," says Mr.
Snitzer.
"It's not what people think it
is. In reality, the tour is very
organized, well-run. There are
not huge parties going on all the
time."
Surely, these middle-aged
rockers are not conducting mid-
dle-of-the-road lives?
"But they are family men,"
says Mr. Snitzer. "Their kids
often come on the road with
them."
Aren't the Stones party to
shenanigans? "Wild parties? No,"
says Mr. Snitzer.
In singing their praises, Andy
Snitzer concedes, "They're not
choirboys. Sure, there are parties,
but there's no outlandish be-
havior."
After all, Mick Jagger, accus-

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