Trib­ute act give Stones sat­is­fac­tion

Southern Telegraph - - Entertainment - Ar­ran Mor­ton

Rock ’n’ roll fans will get their sat­is­fac­tion at The Chase in Bal­divis later this month, when pop­u­lar Rolling Stones trib­ute act Jump­ing Jack Flash re­turn for an­other high-en­ergy show.

Fronted by Mick Jag­ger im­per­son­ator Tom Jen­nis, the band is set to de­liver an im­pres­sive show as they belt out all the top tunes from the iconic band, in­clud­ing Sat­is­fac­tion, It’s All Over Now, Angie, Ruby Tues­day and Paint It Black.

Mem­ber Dave Swan, who plays drum­mer Char­lie Watts, said the band came to­gether over a mu­tual love of retro style and had been gig­ging flat out for about eight years.

Swan said Rocky Evan­gal­isti would fault­lessly re­pro­duce the at­ti­tude and per­for­mance of one of rock and roll’s orig­i­nal gui­tar he­roes Keith Richards — the per­fect Glimmer Twin for strut­ting, swag­ger­ing Jen­nis.

He said the pair were dy­na­mite on stage to­gether and loved to play up to the duo’s rep­u­ta­tion for tongue-in-cheek hu­mour.

“It’s a re­ally high-en­ergy show and jaws will just drop when they see Tom and Rocky on stage to­gether,” Swan said.

“They both have wire­less mics and will be out among the crowd tak­ing self­ies with them.”

The Oc­to­ber 31 show will also in­clude a trib­ute to the leg­endary David Bowie.

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Pic­ture: Don Benson

Tom Jen­nis is Mick Jag­ger in Jump­ing Jack Flash.

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