The Counterfeit Stones are Set to Bring their Copy-Rock to The Met
Join the The Counterfeit Stones as they celebrate over a quarter century of master forgery with their Street Fighting Sham tour at The Met on Saturday 2nd March at 8pm.
Described by Sir Mick Jagger as “the most famous Stones band in England”, the Counterfeit Stones latest tour offers the audience a new riff packed show that’s set to leave their fans gasping. This skillfully mixed cocktail of classic hits, retro costumes and humour continues to intoxicate young and old alike – 100% proof that a good shot of copy-rock always hits the target.
The show is essentially a mockumentary of the Rolling Stones’ colourful history and as well as perfect renditions of their greatest hit songs, it includes a series of spoof film clips depicting real and imagined events featuring Nick Dagger, Keef Rickard, Bill Hymen, Charlie Mott and the Unholy Trinity of Bryon Jones/Mick Tailor-Made/ Ronnie B. Goode.
“They’re hilarious.” – Jerry Hall
“The music and satire are spot on… I know which band is more fun!” – Daily Express
“Better than the originals.” – The Guardian
“Your contribution was much remarked upon.” - Buckingham Palace
“If I close my eyes, it’s like hearing a fresh and young version of the real thing.” - Tom Cox, Observer
So come on all you Honky Tonks, join us at The Met on Saturday 2nd March and enjoy an evening of phoney rock ‘n’ roll that’s a real bargain! Tickets are priced at £20 in advance and £22.50 on the door. Call the Box Office on 01495 355945 or book online at www.the-met.co.uk