Mick Adams and The Stones
A Tribute to The Rolling Stones
Mick Adams and The Stones have been called the most authentic Rolling Stones tribute band. They have been performing their high-energy show both nationally and internationally. This acclaimed tribute to The Rolling Stones has won the praise of club owners, critics, fellow musicians, and die-hard Stones fans.
Mick Adams channels Mick Jagger on stage with his incredible voice, range, and dance moves, and energy. Mick has twice been featured on AXS TV’s, The World’s Greatest Tribute Bands and has been called the world’s greatest Mick Jagger impersonator. As the former lead vocalist for Bo Donaldson and the Heywoods, Mick has toured with the likes of Tommy James, The Turtles, The Monkees, The Association, The Lovin’ Spoonful, The Buckinghams, Herman’s Hermits, and Ron Dante & the Rascals. Mick has also performed with Spencer Davis, Rick Springfield, Johnny Rivers, Neil Sedaka and rock-n-roll hall-of-fame inductee Sam Moore. He has recorded with Mark Kendall of Great White as well as Ronnie James Dio’s guitarist, Tracy G, and has also completed voice over work for MAD TV.
Mick Adams and The Stones will get your audience dancing and cheering. Talented and professional, this tribute is perfect for club venues, music festivals, large concert halls, special events, performing arts centers, and casino entertainment. They guarantee a rockin’ night filled with The Rolling Stones music that everyone knows and loves.
It doesn’t get any better than this!Jerry Greenberg (former President of Atlantic Records who had signed the Rolling Stones)
Whether he’s sitting in a local restaurant or strolling down Avenida del Mar, Mick Adams is at times mistaken for some other guy named Mick. “Most people never get to see him that close up, so that’s why if people see me walking around sometimes, they’re like, it’s him!” said Adams, a near dead ringer for Mick Jagger. “I can’t imagine if I got my lips done what would happen!” Adams cultivates the similarity. He has the hairdo down. On stage, he doesn’t just sound like Jagger. He has the Jagger swagger.Fred Swegles (Orange County Register)
The front-man himself, Mick Jagger, is portrayed by Mick Adams. Actually, he may be too good of a Jagger, showing signs of a richer, higher range voice, that the real Stone lacks. And yes, Adams has all the chicken-dance moves down pat, but never borders on campiness. Adams wandered out from the soundboard, amidst the crowd, attired in flashy glam-era coat, and voodoo-inspired top hat, to deliver an eerie, show-stopping Sympathy for the Devil.Bruce Forrest (Repro Magazine)
From the moment “Mick” came bounding onto that stage, until their full-band, theater-bow at the end, it was pure rock and roll delight. I told “Mick” after the show, “I will never tire of that moment when you come out onto the stage for the first time and throw your hands in the air to the cheers of the audience – it is such a Jagger moment, and you have it nailed.” What a chill-spilling performance, what with Mick gliding back and forth on the stage while the backing vocalists sang “ooh-ooh” over and over and “Keith” nailing that gorgeous “Sympathy” slop-and-go solo that just spills out of the PA like an upturned bottle of Kick-Ass.Edwin Decker (UMC Judge)
- Gimme Shelter Mick Adams and The Stones 4:41
- Brown Sugar Mick Adams and The Stones 3:53
- Start Me Up Mick Adams and The Stones 3:43