Friday, 13 November 2009


Sometimes football clubs are associated with the biggest names in world music.  The link between the two is more often than not down to the area the artists were brought up in.  Manchester City have Oasis.  Liverpool FC have Gerry & the Pacemakers.  Everton have (say a few) The Beatles.  Glentoran have Van Morrison.  And then Linfield have David Jeffery.   

Manchester United have long been associated with local indie-band The Stone Roses.

In celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Stone Roses’ groundbreaking debut album, the cover band have announced they will perform the band’s hits at Midnight at The Academy this Friday 11th December.

“The Stone Roses” themselves were famously declared the “Greatest British Album of all time” by NME.

The Stone Roses Experience are widely regarded as the most accurate tribute to The Stone Roses. Sell out shows all over the UK and Ireland have shown the popularity of the Stone Roses music is still as fresh today as it was back in the late 80's. The band focus on bringing the authentic live sound of the Roses to audiences who never had the pleasure of seeing the original band, using the original instruments as closely as possible and tweaking that desired classic Roses tone.

For the complete Stone Roses Experience, this IS the one.

The Stone Roses Experience... coming to The Academy, Middle Abbey Street next month.

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