Londons legendary 100 Club and Putneys Half Moon,
which have echoed to sound of the originals, the RollinStoned
are a now the current regular, sell out attraction. This has
seem them much in demand at private parties and functions.
Recent does have included The Lords Taverners and parties
for media celebrities. Ferrari maestro, Ross Brawn was obliged
to overlook his company loyalties for the night to allow Jaguar
and the boys to drive the celebrations marking a recent significant
pit stop in his life .
A day at the races in Leicester during the
summer, Frankie Detorri was fortunately on hand in the event
of Keith Retcheds appearance frightening the horses,
A big Stones fan himself, Frankie stuck to keeping the crowd
happy riding the favourites and left it to Mick to sing them.
An appearance at this years Middlesbrough
Music Live Festival, saw a performance from the band that
literally brought the clouds down, yet despite the worst downpour
in years with flash floods drowning half a county and being
in the company of only mainline and Indie original
bands on the bill, 5000 enthusiastic and happy fans braved
a thorough drenching to see their set. It was a wet
T-shirt contest that should have made the Guinness book of
records quipped Mick.
August saw the band as the closing attraction
for this years Camra Festival at Olympia. Thousands of fans
intoxicated, not only by festering concoctions of hops, yeast
and the odd drowned rat, but also by musical memories of a
The fruits of a few months filming with the
"Phsycic Detective" saw the bands Byron Jones
appearing as Stones icon Brian Jones in a recently screened
intriguing investigation into the last days and mysteriously
tragic death of the original Rolling Stone.
The 'Stoned' look set to end the year with
an even "Bigger Bang". In November they are down
to appear in front of A-list musical celebrities at an exclusive
UK premier launch party for the much heralded and suitably
eponymous film about Brian Jones "Stoned"
In a busy December, the boys can be found at the Shepherds
Bush Empire on the 15th, appearing
with Chas' N' Dave as special guest support
at the Rockney Legends Christmas Beano .
Then, with barely a pause for breath straight
to their own 2 night Christmas shindig from the 16th-17th
at what seems now to have become the bands official
london residence, Putney's famous Half Moon
Available tickets for these nights are already on the
endangered species list.
still no time for hangovers and a Sunday lie as they have
to be up marking the return of the original 'Ginger Nut' to
our screens by performing for Chris Evans
in his new series on ITV.