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Published on 26 November 2018
Event date: 26/04/2019 19:30 Export event
The Stone Roses are without doubt one of the most important bands of British music and their music has influenced and inspired many artists.But with the Roses’ appearing to have now called it a day, 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. The band have recently played Isle of Wight Festival, Shiine 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.
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.
After seeing the Courteeners smash T in the Park, Reading and the 2016 support slot to the Stone Roses the lads couldn’t believe that there wasn’t a tribute to this amazing band, they decided to do something about it.
Featuring songs from St Jude, Falcon and Anna enjoy the massive anthems of Courteeners with tracks such as The Opener and Are You In Love With A Notion, re-live the first album with Bide Your Time and Fallowfield Hillbilly and go crazy to crowd favourites like Not Nineteen Forever and What Took You So Long.
Tickets are £16 in advance or £19 on the door.
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