TRIBUTE acts don’t come much more renowned than The Clone Roses.
Regarded as the UK’s number one tribute to Manchester legends The Stone Roses, the lads will return to the Burnley Mechanics on Friday, May 20th.
Clone Roses lead singer Gavin Scott’s voice has been described as “uncannily” like the real thing and fans won’t be disappointed as the band deliver all the classics including “Waterfall”, “Fools Gold” and “I Am The Resurrection”.
The looks, vibes and sounds of The Stone Roses are all captured to perfection by a band who once played to more than 4,000 people at London’s Brixton Academy as support to The Happy Mondays and The Farm. .
The gig was watched by ex Stone Roses bass player Mani who thought the band were superb, saying: “I can’t believe it’s not butter!”
More on The Clone Roses can be found at www.myspace.com/cloneroses.
Tickets are £10 in advance and £12 on the day. They can bought by ringing 01282 664400 or visiting www.burnleymechanics.co.uk.