Spend a night to­gether with Stones trib­ute act

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - The Guide -

EX­PE­RI­ENCE all the en­ergy and ex­cite­ment of a live Rolling Stones con­cert at a trib­ute gig next week.

Uni­ver­sally known as one of the great rock ‘n’ roll bands in the world, The Rolling Stones have sold more than 200 mil­lion al­bums world­wide.

Hits such as Sat­is­fac­tion, Start Me Up and Jump­ing Jack Flash are known the world over.

It will be down to The Stones to bring these clas­sics to the Stam­ford Corn Ex­change stage on Satur­day, June 19.

The spot­light in­evitably falls on Ben Wat­tam, who per­forms the Mick Jag­ger role, and who bears a strik­ing re­sem­blance to Mick.

And not only does he look like the leg­end, but he comes from Eck­ing­ton in Der­byshire, which is sig­nif­i­cant as Mick Jag­ger’s grand­mother was from Eck­ing­ton and is now buried there.

As crit­i­cal as the role of Mick Jag­ger is, he can­not do it alone, and the rest of the band do an amaz­ing job of recre­at­ing the unique sound of The Rolling Stones, as those at­tend­ing their shows will at­test – you sim­ply will not be­lieve your eyes or your ears.

Tick­ets cost £15 from 01780 766455.

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