Stones tribute show rolling in to thrill all

THE Australian version of one of the biggest rock ‘n’ roll bands in the world, is set to hit the stage in a Rolling Stones tribute show at Canterbury League Club this Saturday.

Stuart Greenwood, aka Mick Jagger and lead singer in this tribute show, says the Rolling Stones are timeless in their appeal but they do not tour regularly in Australia.
“This show provides the hardened and casual fans with a great experience and a sound very close to the real band,” he said.
He and the band have taken this show as far north as Townsville and as far west as Orange but the thrill of performing still hasn’t faded even though it has been going for over 10 years.
Their best moments: “Playing for Sir Richard Branson on Channel 7’s Sunrise program was our highest profile performance, as well as performing at the NSW Art Gallery’s Pop Art Exhibition’s opening night – the audience was just as dressed up and active as we were onstage, our best show by far.”
On the night, there will be plenty of classic hits and favourites including Satisfaction, Brown Sugar, Start Me Up, Honky Tonk Women, Jumpin Jack Flash, Gimme Shelter, Beast Of Burden, Angie, Midnight Rambler and many more.
“Our best song to perform is Jumpin Jack Flash; it’s the quintessential uptempo Stones rocker that everyone knows and is full of adrenaline! It’s sure to get everyone clapping and jumping around,” Stuart said.
Show starts at 8pm. Tickets: $8 at canterbury.com.au