Legendary Stone Roses tribute act The Clone Roses will be headlining an evening of live music at Buxton’s Level 2 nightclub on Friday April 19.
Relive the resurrection of last summer which saw Madchester icons The Stone Roses reform for a series of memorable performances at Heaton Park in Manchester.
Recreating the look and sound of their legendary live shows, The Clone Roses include all the classics in their set such as ‘Waterfall’, ‘Made of Stone’, ‘This is the One’ and of course ‘I am the Resurrection’.
The Clones have been touring up and down the UK for over a decade, playing to sell-out crowds week in week out.
The band’s attention to detail is admirable, from the clothes and instruments to the Manc swagger and stage mannerisms, while the musical and sonic accuracy of their performance is second to none. Their biggest show to date was at Brixton Academy in London, supporting ‘The Happy Mondays’ and ‘The Farm’ in front of an ecstatic crowd of over 4,000 people.
Supporting The Clone Roses at Level 2 will be talented indie rock and roll band The Indieannas, featuring Buxton lads Mark Whibberley, Ged Potts, Charlie Willcox and Jon Stone.
Formerly called the Stand, the four-piece act have wowed audiences around the North West, including gigs at the world-famous Cavern Club and various high-profile events including the Y Not Festival. Their debut single, Flying High, was released in February.
Additional support will be provided by DJ Ali Brown.
Doors at the Market Place nightspot will be open from 8pm until late, with live music starting at 9pm.
Tickets are priced £12 in advance or more on the door.
Ticket numbers are limited, so people are advised to book on 01298 23322 or 07778 754838