The Clone Roses bring their tribute to Mancuncian quartet The Stone Roses to The Flowerpot in Derby on Friday, November 1.
The summer of 2012 saw Madchester legends The Stone Roses reform for a series of memorable shows, most notably 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, fans with withdrawal symptoms will find The Clone Roses a superb replacement for the real thing.
Support on the night comes from The Screaming Hawks.
On Saturday, November 2, the King Street venue plays host to another top tribute act, Coldplace, paying musical homage to the back cataloguue of Coldplay.
On Wednesday, November 6, the latest of the free acoustic Wednesdays sessions in the bar featuring Woolley and Archer, while bass player extraordinaire Norman Watt-Roy (and friends) will be performing there on Thursday, November 7.
Doors open at 8pm and admission is £10 for The Clone Roses, £8 for Coldplace and £12 for Norman Watt-Roy and Friends.
Call RAW Promotions for more details and ticket information on 01332 834438 or go online to www.rawpromo.co.uk
n There is another RAW Promotions event taking place in the Darwin Suite at Derby’s Assembly Rooms on Thursday, November 7.
Regenesis: Selling England By The Pound will be performing their tribute to the music of Genesis.
Tickets to see the performance in the Darwin Suite are £16, available by calling the box office for details on 01332 255800.