Audio: Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones Presents the Rolling Bones’ Greg Manning a Signed Guitar on the Internationally-Broadcast Live TV Oprah Winfrey Show, and asks him to “play the tunes a bit better now”!
Next gig: Thursday November 4, 2021 10PM at The Red Lion, 151 Bleecker St, New York City. We’re officially booking dates again so if you have a party, event or wedding and need a fun rock and roll band, give us a shout at rollingbones (at) gmail.com. We can’t wait to see you and play for you again!Updated Sept 25, 2021
Continuing our record-breaking residency at the Red Lion (151 Bleecker Street, New York, NY 10012, (212) 260-9797) for over twenty years, the Rolling Bones are the only tribute band to be officially recognized by Mick Jagger and The Rolling Stones.
Known as NYC’s Jammy Award Winning Rock n Roll Party band, we’re obsessed with giving you our very best live music, and completely dedicated to capturing the energy, excitement and experience of a Rolling Stones concert. Every night we play we deliver 110%, and absolutely love to get the crowd dancing, smiling and having fun.
The Rolling Bones have come a long way from our humble beginnings in New York City over twenty years ago. When we started out, our passion for Rolling Stones music drove us to deliver a fun, energetic, and engaging rock ‘n roll show. Having played for live audiences all over the world, on National TV on the Oprah Winfrey Show, on Live National Radio on the Don Imus show, at New Orleans JazzFest, and at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice, we are thrilled every chance we get to perform.
The Rolling Bones have provided entertainment for major corporations and high profile clients such as Turner Broadcasting, Cohen Brothers Realty, Cantor Fitzgerald, Minyanville Media Inc, Dreyfus Corporation, Massa Products, The Ruby Peck Foundation, the Leukemia and Lymphoma Foundation, Little Kids Rock, and countless private parties and weddings.
We hope you enjoy our music as much as we enjoy playing for you. See you at the next show!
The Rolling Bones
Audio: The Rolling Bones appear live on the nationally broadcast radio show “Imus in the Morning”, heard by an estimated 15 million people. “They’re pretty good!” – Don Imus