Mancunian magic at Rescue Rooms

The Clone Roses bring their tribute to The Stone Roses to The Rescue Rooms in Nottingham on Saturday, April 26.

Support on the night at the venue, based at Masonic Place on Goldsmith Street, comes from another Mancuncian-inspired tribute band, Nearly Noel Gallagher’s High Flyin’ Birdz.

The summer of 2012 saw Madchester legends The Stone Roses reform for a series of memorable shows, most noticeably three nights at Heaton Park in Manchester. The gigs are sure to go down in the memory as an ‘I was there’ moment.

But now the gigs have passed, there is only one option for fans who want to re-live the Heaton Park experience. The Clone Roses are the closest thing you will find to recreate the look and sound of these shows.

The band include all the classics in their set such as Waterfall, Made of Stone, This is the One and of course I am the Resurrection.

The Clones have been touring up and down the UK for over a decade, playing to sellout crowds week in week out. The band’s attention to detail is admirable, from the clothes and instruments to the Manc swagger and stage mannerisms, while the musical and sonic accuracy of their performance is second to none.

Doors open at 6.30pm (First band on at 7pm). Admission is £10. Advance tickets are available from The Rescue Rooms on 0845 413 4444.

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