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Resurrection Stone Roses + The Northern Threads on Friday 9th November 2018
Resurrection Stone Roses return to Thirty Two Workington after their last SOLD OUT show. Support on the night comes from The Northern Threads. Get your tickets fast before it sells out.
‘Resurrection’ formed in 1998 & based in Glasgow, Scotland. They have toured with many celebrities including Mani (The Stone Roses/ex Primal Scream) with whom they performed live onstage with, at the world famous King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, when Mani jumped up on stage to a rapturous applause & performed ‘She Bangs The Drums’ with the lads. The venue erupted & DF Concerts ‘staff’ were quoted as saying “It was the best night we have seen in here for a long time”.
They have toured with Inspiral Carpets members Clint Boon & Tom Hingley & also with Phil Smith (Oasis/Noel Gallagher tour DJ) & have many celebrity fans from bands such as The Stone Roses/Primal Scream/The High/Inspiral Carpets/The Smiths/The Seahorses/Shed 7/808 State/Death In Vegas/ New Order/Freebass & Snow Patrol among others. They performed 2 songs live on BBC Ireland’s ‘The 11th Hour’ music show & STV News showed their live performance from Stockton On Tees with a 10 minute exclusive on the band hosted by music journalist & radio presenter Billy Sloan. They recently did a spot on Sky News to coincide with the release of new Stone Roses material. They have been mentioned in the book about Ian Brown – Already In Me, the updated version of John Robb’s book, simply titled ‘The Stone Roses’ & The Stone Roses book titled ‘War & Peace.’ The publications the band have featured in - include The NME, Melody Maker, Q Magazine (Alex James column – Blur), The Sunday Mail, The Daily Record, The Sun, The Irish Times, The Yorkshire Evening Press, The Evening News, The Big Issue North, Konnect Magazine & so on.
Resurrection have played many sold out shows all over the UK & Ireland to hundreds of thousands of Stone Roses fans, including 6000 at Bowlers Manchester, 1900 Barrowland Glasgow, 6500 at The Point Theatre in Dublin alone & were given this show from none other than Mr ‘Ian Brown’ himself. The band toured for a total of 3yrs alongside Mani, Clint Boon/Tom Hingley & Oasis DJ Phil Smith & had many great nights together on tour. Some quotes from this period in the bands history are mind blowing, with Mani quoted as saying “They do the songs justice & sound better than we did before we split”. The quotes & reviews are astounding from their live performances around the UK & Ireland. The band reformed in Aug 2014 after a 10+yrs hiatus & sold out over 28 shows in a 12 month period. Their shows continue to sell out around the country.
Members are as follows;
Ricky Toner – Vocals aka (Ian Brown)
Jerry Levy – Guitar aka (John Squire)
Matt Checkley – Bass aka (Gary ‘Mani’ Mounfield)
Mathew Hurst – Drums/vocals aka (Alan ‘Reni’ Wren)
'They sound better than we did before we split'. (Mani) The Stone Roses
“They do the songs justice”. (Mani) The Stone Roses
“They’re still the best tribute to The Stone Roses around”. (Mani) The Stone Roses Dec 2015
'Great bunch of guys, excellent show'! (Chris Helme) The Seahorses
'What a great band, total class'. (Rick Witter) Shed 7
“They are a fantastic band & sound like The Stone Roses”. (Clint Boon) Inspiral Carpets
“Such a great band live & they blew me away with just how good they really are”. (Tom Hingley) ex Inspiral Carpets
“They swaggered on to the stage, as the original Roses would have done and tore straight in to a mammoth set filled with all the tunes you’d expect to hear. These lads are the business and by far the closest to the real thing as you’re ever going to get”. (Richard Edwards) Yorkshire Evening Press
Music Genres: Indie, Rock
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