When you think of the great live rock acts of all time, the Rolling Stones have more than earned the right to be at, or at least near, the top of the list. Few groups can claim anywhere near the level of success that the Stones have achieved, let alone the number of years (decades!) they’ve been sitting on top of the rock world.
Unfortunately and regardless of the title of one of their biggest hits, time isn’t actually on anyone’s side. It keeps on moving forward, like a… what is it that I’m thinking of… a falling rock? No, that’s not it. I’m sure it will come to me. Anyway, the guys are getting up there in years, and Rolling Stones concerts are becoming fewer and farther between. That means if you’ve never seen them, you may have missed your opportunity. Or maybe not… sort of.
Win-River Resort & Casino is proud to announce that Rudy Colobini & The Unauthorized Rolling Stones will be here live and in concert on Friday, September 15. For those who aren’t in the know, Rudy Colombini & The Unauthorized Rolling Stones is a must-see Rolling Stones tribute band and theatrical rock show that holds in reverence many legends of the classic rock years, from Zeppelin to Motown to Dylan, while maintaining their Rolling Stones core.
They’ve been the premiere Stones tribute band for more than a decade, but in 2014 Colombini expanded the band’s lineup in a huge way, with a nine-piece ensemble whose pedigree can be traced to some of the biggest acts in the business, including Whitesnake, Huey Lewis & The News, Ted Nugent, Levon Helm, Rick Derringer, Jersey Boys, Hair, Coasters, Sting, Sons of Champlin, Ronnie Montrose, Tommy Castro, Al Jarreau, Celine Dion, Joe Cocker, Earth, Wind, & Fire, Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, Aretha Franklin, Elton John, Boz Scaggs, Sammy Hagar and Kenny Loggins. And Colombini’s staggering, Jagger-esque showmanship now engages in a battle of the sexes with a trio of seductive, bluesy backup vocalists.
This is a show no Stones lover wants to miss. In fact, David Patrick, Spectator Magazine photographer for The Rolling Stone’s First Twenty Years said it best: “They sounded more like the Rolling Stones than the Rolling Stones do. In fact, The Unauthorized Rolling Stones sang many of Stones’ songs better than the Stones!”
Don’t miss this unforgettable event, Friday, September 15. Doors open at 6:30 pm and the show starts at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $12.50 each or you can reserve a table of 10 for $100. You must be 21 to attend, and all ticket sales are final.