They've performed to audiences with up to 8,000 people at the Pan Pacific Games, Corporate Conferences, Festivals, Clubs and Hotels, in Queensland, NSW and Tasmania.This is not just another tribute show. This band came together over a mutual love of all things Rolling Stones, and on seeing them perform live, their talent and devotion is obvious and makes for a genuine performance of credibility, professionalism and authenticity.
John van Zyl (taking on the role of Mick jagger) has been a Rolling Stones fan since he was a skinny 15 year old kid, he was introduced to the Rolling Stones by another kid that had just arrived in Australia from London, looked like he belonged in the Beatles and was armed with the first Rolling Stones album.
John recalls, Ron was a very average bass player but he looked great in all his Mod clobber, his Beatle 'mop top', and he had that cockney accent, all the girls were asking about him . We couldn't resist, we had to have him in the band and under his direction we all started dressing more like an English band.
The fact that Ron had bought the Rolling Stones album with him (not released in Australia at the time) really got me excited and we (the band) had added most of the songs from the album to our song list within a month.