a hoot! They started with Satisfaction followed by Get Off
My Cloud and at that point it was clear that everyone was
in on the joke. Essentially the Rollin Stoned is a complete
review of the Stones laced with irony and some first class
They have all the costumes, Byron looks the
part and Keith Wretched certainly looks the part and has all
the mannerisms of the main man off to a T. The
first half has 12 numbers and ends
on You Can't Always Get What You Want and time for Byron to
move on to a higher plane.
After the interval it's back with a hip-thrusting
Brown Sugar and a very quiet Mick Waylor joining the band.
Keith does his best to get Bill Wymandy into the swing of
things, but he prefers to be the moody one at the back.
A few more numbers and Byron is brought back
complete with angels wings and on it goes with loads of fun.There
are 31 numbers in the show including those songs that are
not usually covered such as Carol, I'm Free and Time Is On
My Side. It's also important to stress that in among the humour,
the music form of the band is of a very high standard.
The audience were very much up to it and
we all ended the night bopping in the aisles. They will be