“Satisfaction” is the international touring tribute to the Worlds Greatest Rock & Roll Band, The Rolling Stones. Now celebrating over 10 years in production with over 1600 performances listed to their credit, this musical production showcases the most authentic cast & costuming of its kind.
What is the point of tribute bands?
Tribute bands study the artists that they are commemorating inside and out. They learn everything they can about a performers songs and live shows before they take to the stage. Cover bands pay less attention to looking or sounding like an artist because they cover many different ones.
What bands influenced the Rolling Stones?
Blues pioneers such as Howlin Wolf, John Lee Hooker, Elmore James, Muddy Waters, Chuck Berry, Big Bill Broonzy, and Robert Johnson had a huge impact on the young Rolling Stones, influencing Richards guitar licks and Mick Jaggers vocals and songwriting.
Did the Rolling Stones start as a cover band?
The Rolling Stones All of the early 1960s beat groups from The Beatles to The Who started out as covers bands, playing upbeat American rock n roll and R&B to get people dancing.
Whats the difference between a tribute band and a cover band?
At the most basic level, cover bands perform popular songs by many different artists, whereas tribute bands usually study the work of a specific group or performer.
Are tribute bands illegal?
From a legal standpoint, any band can cover a song during a live performance, as a result of blanket licenses obtained and paid for by venue owners to performance rights organizations (PROs) such as SOCAN in Canada and ASCAP or BMI in the United States.
Do tribute bands make good money?
For an audience that may never see the original, this dedication is appreciated. A cover band makes, musicians said, an average of $400 a night. But a tribute band can make $3,000-$5,000, up to $10,000 or more for a single nights work.
What is Rolling Stones most famous song?
1. “Gimme Shelter” – Let It Bleed (1969) Many things add up to “Gimme Shelter” being the greatest Rolling Stones song ever.
Do you need permission to be a tribute band?
BMI and ASCAP must provide what are known as blanket licenses, meaning that they automatically grant licenses to anyone willing to pay a standardized fee. As a result, bands dont need to ask permission to “pay tribute,” meaning theres almost no barrier to starting a tribute band.