The rock band performed at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee. They went on a brief tour this fall to make up for one that was originally planned for 2020.
Cline posted a few snapshots of her concert experience to her Instagram Stories earlier this weekend. The “American Pickers” star’s girlfriend posted one picture of the stage, featuring the iconic tongue on tall mounted screens. She captioned that picture, “I don’t make New Years Resolutions. Instead, I add a new thing to my bucket list every year. Seeing The Rolling Stones in concert has been on that list for years. Last night I got to check it off.”
In a second update to her Instagram Stories, Cline posted a video of the band rocking out to The Rolling Stones’ legendary song “Sympathy for the Devil.”
Checking items off a bucket list isn’t always easy, but we’re glad Cline managed to achieve this one. Hopefully, she has an opportunity to check even more things off this year or in the years to come.
‘American Pickers’ Star Mike Wolfe’s Girlfriend Celebrates Her Birthday in Recent Post
Earlier this month, “American Pickers” star Mike Wolfe’s girlfriend, Leticia Cline, celebrated her 43rd birthday. She turned 43 right on the first day of the month, ushering in the new age and the fall season with an appropriate fall pic.
Cline posted the picture to her Instagram page. In it, she wears an adorable multi-colored shirt and a wide-brimmed hat. Her smile is both gorgeous and contagious. She captioned the post with a long, heartfelt message about how the last 43 years have treated her.
“In high school, we had to write a paper on where we would be in 5, 10, and 20 years. To be honest, I don’t even remember what I wrote. I always thought it was a crazy idea to plan your life so young,” the “American Pickers” star’s girlfriend began.
“Though my heart has consistently stayed the same loving, giving, and child-like curious self, my mind has been a sponge for everything that surrounds me…and what surrounds me is forever changing,” she continues. “The real secret to a fulfilling life is to be adaptable. Perhaps that’s the only thing I know for sure, that the only thing consistent in life is inconsistency.”
Cline concluded, “So if you asked me now what I would be doing in 20 years my answer would be ‘just living.’ It’s got me through 43 years today and I can’t wait to look back in the next 43 years and see that I still don’t know shit about shit but I’ve had a damn good time trying to figure it all out.”