. . . a tribute to The Rolling Stones
From Left: Tony Smith, guitar & vocals; Chris Ampleford, guitar, keyboards & vocals;
Mal Finlayson, drums; John Campion, bass & vocals; Billy London, vocals, harp, guitar & percussion.
The music of The Rolling Stones has provided entertainment and fun for millions of fans worldwide since the early 1960’s and they are still filling concert venues today. They are one of the world's most enduring and popular rock ‘n roll bands. Their music has stood the test of time and their fan base encompasses all age groups.
Jack Flash plays all the Stones hits including Satisfaction, Jumping Jack Flash, Brown Sugar, 19th Nervous Breakdown, It’s All Over Now, Get Off of My Cloud, Around and Around, Start Me Up, Honky Tonk Woman, Paint It Black, Angie and many more, in an action-packed, spectacular three-hour show of rock ‘n roll and blues. You’ll find yourself singing along to all those great hits you thought you’d forgotten and realise what fantastic songs The Stones wrote and performed.
Audiences have raved about the tribute this band has paid to The Rolling Stones.
(I CAN'T GET NO) SATISFACTION
GET OFF MY CLOUD
NOT FADE AWAY
ALL OVER NOW
WALKIN’ THE DOG
THE LAST TIME
OFF THE HOOK
SPIDER & THE FLY
TIME ON MY SIDE
I WANNA BE YOUR MAN
AROUND & AROUND
SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL
19th NERVOUS BREAKDOWN
START ME UP
HONKY TONK WOMAN
LET'S SPEND THE NIGHT TOGETHER
IT’S ONLY ROCK & ROLL (BUT I LIKE IT)
BEAST OF BURDEN
MOTHER'S LITTLE HELPER
PAINT IT BLACK
YOU GOT ME ROCKIN
'Mick' (ex Aussie Pleazers, who toured Australia with The Stones during the sixties) on guitar, blues harp and lead vocals,
(ex Fleetwood Mac Experience) lead and slide guitar keyboards and vocals has performed internationally as well as in NZ. He briefly teamed up in Australia with Gordon Waller of UK pop duo Peter & Gordon who had a string of number one hits worldwide in the sixties.
bass and vocals has played in bands both in NZ and the UK. He was a member of Auckland band Natural Gas in the seventies who were resident band in the Colony Nightclub and later at Windsor Park.
Mal Finlayson, drums, has worked with many bands around Auckland including iconic sixties surfing band The Silhouettes and rock band Drut in the seventies. He has also performed in CCR and Fleetwood Mac tribute shows.
Tony Smith, guitar and vocals has a long musical history going back to the wildly energetic band Disraeli Gears who were runners-up to The High Revving Tongues in the 1968 Battle of the Bands in Auckland.