04:32AM, Thursday 06 December 2012
A rock 'n' roll tribute band are returning for their first gig in Maidenhead for nearly 15 years.
The Rollin' Stoned will be rocking Maidenhead Town Hall tomorrow night from 7.30pm.
Maidenhead-born Mick Jagger wannabe, Fran White, of Larchfield Road, said: "It's going to be an energetic night that we hope will get everyone into the Christmas party mood."
The former Oldfield School pupil started his career in music playing in pubs like the White Horse in the High Street before helping to set up the tribute band more than 15 years ago.
He also appeared on Stars in their Eyes as the Sticky Fingers singer in 1997 and was one of the performers at the Maidenhead Christmas Lights event last month.
He added the band, who have performed at the Shepherd's Bush Empire in London, will be sporting 70s costumes and playing vintage guitars to create an authentic feel.
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