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Based in New York City, The Rolling Bones are notorious as the incredible Rolling Stones Tribute Band that gets everyone on their feet and on the dance floor!

"Whoo-whoo" Girls Gone Wild with The Rolling Bones

New York City Goes Wild For The Bones

The Rolling Bones played on tour in Europe and across the USA. The band played at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice. They rocked out to several thousand fans in New Orleans during Jazzfest, and to top it all off The Rolling Bones are a resident band at one of New York City’s best live music clubs – The Red Lion, right on Bleecker Street in the heart of Greenwich Village.

The Rolling Bones have been seen on TV on VH-1, MTV, CNN, and the Today Show. They’ve been highlighted in major magazines and newspapers such as Fortune, The Wall St. Journal, Bloomberg Businessweek and the New York Times. The Rolling Bones were broadcast internationally on the Oprah Winfrey show, seen in over 100 countries by 22 million viewers. The Bones were broadcast live from Fox studios in New York City to 15 million listeners in 44 states on the Imus Morning Radio show. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN: Rolling Bones Live on the Don Imus Radio Show

New Orleans Goes Wild for the Bones

New Orleans Goes Wild for the Bones

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Trophy

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Trophy

The Rolling Bones were highlighted in the New York Times best-selling book, Love, Greg & Lauren: A Powerful True Story of Courage, Hope, and Survival, by our bassist Greg Manning about his wife Lauren Manning‘s incredibly courageous survival of the 9/11 tragedy. Touched by Lauren’s story and aware that Greg played in The Rolling Bones, Mick Jagger gave Greg a signed guitar on the Oprah Winfrey show, along with the comment, “hopefully you can play the tunes a bit better now.” CLICK HERE TO LISTEN: Rolling Bones Greg Manning on Oprah

They performed twice at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum in Cleveland, Ohio for a national Battle of the Bands. They were personally selected by Felix Cavaliere (lead singer/organist of the Young Rascals) to compete against top bands from throughout the United States.

Rome Goes Wild for the Bones

Rome Goes Wild for the Bones

The Bones’ charity show, “Band Together For NYC,” helps raise money to donate instruments to local grade school music programs. The Rolling Bones are the headline performers on the beach every July in Amagansett, NY for the Children of Cantor Fitzgerald 9/11 Relief Fund’s Annual White Party – Clam Bake benefit. Fund raised from admission to our Red Lion shows help The Jam NYC, a musician’s networking club that helps make many bands like The Rolling Bones possible.

European Tour Poster

European Tour Poster

Come to our next gig and find out why we are The Greatest Stones Tribute Band in the World and so much more!