Special, one-night event!
Join the jags for their last club appearance as they begin to branch out into larger venues this 2014.
These days the satisfaction of an unadulterated rock-n-roll experience isn?t easily found. Those looking to be soothed by the savage beat are getting their ya-yas out with The Jagged Stones, an uncanny tribute to The Rolling Stones.
“The World's Greatest Rock-n-Roll Band” comes to life with the same unbridled spirit and raw energy that made The Rolling Stones the iconic act it is today. The Jagged Stones deliver every pout, preen and raunchy riff fans expect, bringing the entertainment level of an over-the-top arena show up close and personal.
Stones classics including “Jumpin? Jack Flash,” “Satisfaction,” “Start Me Up” and “Brown Sugar” sound as fresh and exciting as they did the first time you heard them on the radio. Die-hard fans will bubble over when they hear deeper cuts rubbing audio elbows alongside those and other Stones standards.
Leading the charge as Mick Jagger is acclaimed vocalist Stephen Skipper. Skipper?s separated-at-birth resemblance to The Rolling Stones frontman has to be seen to be believed. Not only does he physically embody Jagger with his appearance and spot-on mannerisms, but Skipper?s vocal style is a dead ringer, too. Don?t forget he?s a fantastic sax player, injecting a blast of brass into the show.
Locked and loaded with an arsenal of top-notch, seasoned musicians (Barry Zion, Eddie Brodeur, Joe Edwards, David Lang and Martin Abbott ), The Jagged Stones painstakingly recreate each note of this time-honored music.
Zion more than admirably nails Keith Richards' gritty guitar grind and rivals the stage presence of “The Human Riff” himself. Eddie Brodeur's ace fretwork leaves audiences amazed. Edwards and Abbott anchor the rhythm on drums and bass respectively. And Lang completes the package with his rocking keyboard and piano flourishes.
The Jagged Stones provide a grade-A entertainment experience on every level. They're equally at home on the festival circuit, at corporate gigs and on the concert hall stage.
The next best thing to the real deal, see why The Jagged Stones are causing fans to open up and say “ah!”