The Stone Roses are without doubt one of the most important bands of British music and their music has influenced and inspired many artists. They recently performed 4 sell out nights at The Etihad Stadium in Manchester to over 240,000 people, and the concerts will no doubt go down in history for fans of the band.
But with the Roses’ appearances now less regular, there is only one option to hear those songs played with the same passion and energy as the real thing. The Clone Roses are the longest serving and most popular Roses Tribute playing live today. The attention to detail is second to none, with the band acquiring the same clothing, instruments and usually play the same set as The Roses themselves. Even Mani of The Stone Roses said: “I can’t believe it’s not butter, the second best Stone Roses in the World!”
The band have recently played Isle of Wight Festival, Shiiine on Weekender, and “A Tribute to Manchester” headlining to over 2500 at Manchester Academy 1, and to 1700 people at Ulster Hall in Belfast, as well as a UK Tour of the o2 Academy music venues.
And they’re coming to Oakengates Theatre @ The Place on Friday 3 March.
Expect to hear all the classics, “Waterfall”, “Made of Stone”, “I am the Resurrection” along with the new songs “All for One” and “Beautiful Thing.”
If you’ve never seen the real deal or want to re-live the best gig you’ve been to then “The Clones” will deliver the next best thing!
Supporting them is ‘Savannah’ from Dawley who have been together for three years and whose debut album is due out later this year.
The Clone Roses with Savannah on Friday 3 March at 7.30pm is a standing gig and Strictly 18+.
Tickets priced £14 are on sale now and can be booked online at www.theplacetelford.com
by calling the box office on 01952 382382, or in person at the theatre or Southwater One in Telford Town Centre.
All ticket purchases for shows at Oakengates Theatre @ The Place will be subject to a £2 non refundable administration fee per transaction.