Ladies and gents…the Rolling Stones experience

Satisfaction - The Rolling Stones Experience, is an unbelievably authentic recreation of the look and sound of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and the world’s most popular touring band

The Rolling Stones are often referred to as the world’s #1 Rock’n’Roll band maintaining their position as one of the top drawing concert attractions for over 40 years.

Front man Mick Jagger is the third most recognizable single entertainer on the planet next to Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson.

Together with songwriting partner Keith Richards, Jagger forged a career in the mid-sixties as the Rolling Stones – the two “bad Boys” of rock’n’roll  had an image as “troublemakers” in contrast to the Beatles loveable “Moptop” image.

Jagger’s frequent conflicts with authorities and high-profile marriages continually kept the band in the headlines.

Throughout it all, the Stones remained just outside the realm of reality and understanding. Mick’s biographer, Christopher Andersen, once stated, this guy is what the Italians call a menefreghista… “One who simply doesn’t give a —-.”

Satisfaction – The Rolling Stones Experience, now in its seventh year of production with over 1,200 performances under their belt, is an unbelievably authentic recreation of the look and sound of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and the world’s most popular touring band presenting convincing renditions of all the Rolling Stones’ classic hits. They will be playing the Paramount Music Hall in Campbell River at 8 p.m. on April 14. Tickets are $20.

In 2005, Satisfaction joined the cast of Legends in Concert as the first Rolling Stones act ever on the Las Vegas strip and in 2007 CBS Sunday Morning News produced a segment proclaiming the group as the “next best thing to The Rolling Stones.”

The current cast members include – Chris LeGrand as Mick Jagger (Lead vocalist)… Jim Riddick as Keith Richards (Guitar & vocals)… James Hubay as Ron Wood (Guitar)… Jon Cody Pappas as Bill Wyman (Bass & vocals) and Wade Fowler as Charlie Watts (Drums & Percussion).

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