Stones N Roses

Stones N Roses

Stones N' Roses are the most unique and ridiculous UK-centric musical act to come from America since Spinal Tap.

The one-of-a-kind group plays the Stone Roses catalogue perfectly while dressed as Guns n Roses, then mixes their songs with bits of classics by the Rolling Stones, GnR and more. With a twin-guitar attack, the Roses' songs have never rocked harder onstage but it's the seamless mashups and medleys that make it revolutionary and hilarious enough to warrant crossing the pond for.

The Shiiine On Weekender made them one of the only American acts ever invited to their annual festival, which they’re reuniting to play in 2021. Despite the joke being completely lost on their fellow Americans, their debut video, "Mersey Paradise City/Water n' Fall", was shared by popular music site Slicing Up Eyeballs and 30,000 sets of eyes worldwide gazed upon them on its very first day.

An untested UK-indie music comedy act specifically made for a British audience but hailing from the USA is simply unheard of but the Manchester Fringe Festival took a chance on them in 2017.

Thanks to a glowing Louder Than War feature story, a false rumor involving all-midget Smiths tribute band Morrissette and a polarizing promotional video with 80,000 views, the California band packed UK clubs from London to Glasgow for one single, glorious tour and then disappeared...until now. Get your lemons, lips and top hats ready.

"What an amazing concept, taking the whole cover band concept to an all new and rather thrilling level. Blows your mind hearing those classic tunes forged so tightly together." - Louder Than War Magazine
"The best thing I've seen in ten years.....maybe ever." - Kelly Davis, San Diego City Beat Weekly
"Gobsmacked." - Stone Roses producer John Leckie
"The Stone Roses meet Guns 'N Roses meet the Rolling Stones. This may well be just what the world is waiting for." - Slicing Up Eyeballs

"An unreasonably thrilling, hilarious and altogether genius affair. A gutsy re-imagining of rock and roll history played with verve, nerve and heart." - Alex Green, author of 33 1/3, The Stone Roses &


2021-11-15Factory ManchesterMANCHESTER Not available