Whether they’re really the bad boys of R&R or not – the shadowy ying to The Beatles light, bright yang – The Rolling Stones are rock royalty. Their 50-plus year reign at the top attests to their power as the quintessential edgy, bluesy rock rebels with the ever so naughty, haughty persona that has served them so well.
Successfully capturing the Stones enigma is a daunting task, so expect Satisfaction The International Rolling Stones Show live Friday at Bundy Auditorium at USC-Lancaster to bring the necessary heat.
Satisfaction celebrates their own milestone of 16 years paying homage to The Stones with over 2,500 performances channeling the “glimmer twins” Mick and Keith et al.
To do this Satisfaction employs top production, authentic costuming, staging, plus a lineup to showcase 50 years of classic hits featuring the talents of Chris LeGrand as Mick Jagger; Jim Riddick as Keith Richards; Kevin Smith as Ron Wood; John Wade as Bill Wyman; and Ron Nelson as Charlie Watts.
Sure, “it’s only rock & roll…” but plenty have liked it as rave reviews have followed Satisfaction. In 2005, they debuted in Las ; in 2007 they were featured in a CBS News special regarding the rising popularity of the tribute industry; in 2008 the band was picked to assist in the promotion of a new Rolling Stones concert film; they closed out 2008 headlining a New Years Eve gala in Las Vegas to a capacity crowd of 30,000; and in 2010 debuted "A Symphony For The Devil" with the Satisfaction cast performing with symphony orchestras around the world.
Sure, the original Stones are still with us and often touring, but concerts and tickets are limited and pricey, so while “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” fans have found “if you try sometimes you get what you need…” via Satisfaction The International Rolling Stones Show Friday at Bundy Auditorium at USC-Lancaster, 476 Hubbard Drive, Lancaster. Details:lancastercitysc.com. For more on the music, visit rollingstonesshow.com and find them on facebook.
Friday: Rod Fiske at The Brass Tap-Riverwalk, Rock Hill; Shawn Mann & The Gunrunners at Empire Pizza-Newport, Rock Hill; DJ Paco Dance Party at Hartland’s, Rock Hill; Christmas in Dixie at Sylvia Theater, York; Long Time Gone at T-Bones on the Lake, Lake Wylie; Sound Of Raine at Olio's, Gastonia; Frankie Sciandra at 21 Roadhouse, Fort Lawn; Little Johnny Trailer Trash at Hobo’s, Fort Mill; Karaoke with host Rev. Jym at The Goat Bar & Grill, Indian Land; Sticks & Stones at Dreamchaser’s Brewery, Waxhaw; MLB Acoustic Allstars at Zee's Tavern, Pineville; Tom Petty Tribute To Benefit Levine Children's Hospital at The Milestone, Charlotte; Jason Atkins at Ed’s Tavern, Charlotte; Remedy Hollow at The Lodge-Colony Road, Charlotte; Too Much Sylvia at The Trail House, Indian Trail.
Saturday: PJ Brunson at Ledo Pizza, Rock Hill; Tokyo Rosenthal at Original Empire Pizza, Rock Hill; Carolinacation – Red Hot Chili Peppers Tribute at Sylvia Theater, York; Cloud 9 at T-Bones on The Lake, Lake Wylie; DEAD! -My Chemical Romance Tribute at Ground Zero, Spartanburg; Benefit for Lancaster Children’s Home at 21 Roadhouse, Fort Lawn; Mike Waters at Hobo’s, Fort Mill; Weekends at John’s Place Neighborhood Bar, Fort Mill; Prodigal Sons at Brew's Tavern, Fort Mill; Xmas Blowout with host DJ Paco at The Goat Bar & Grill, Indian Land; Ben Gatlin Band at Wild Wing Cafe-Ayrsley, S. Charlotte; Jim Tierney at Dreamchaser’s Brewery, Waxhaw; Jonathan Birchfield at Zee’s Tavern, Pineville; Shotgun Saints at Pineville Tavern, Pineville; Syko Sounds at The Lodge -Colony Road, Charlotte; Psycho Circus at Stooges Pub & Grub, Mint Hill.
Sunday: Jeff Shows at Pineville Tavern, Pineville.
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