Oasis Vs Stone Roses comes to Wakefield next month

Well, OASIS are no more. The back stage bust ups and public slanging matches on Twitter proved too much for this great British band.

Thankfully, their No1 Tribute DEFINITELY MIGHTBE (now in their twelfth year) don’t share the same sibling rivalry as the real thing, but they do have a lot in common when it comes to reproducing the rousing anthems, stage presence and atmosphere that the originals created. With over two hours of material to draw from, including all the hit’s from all seven albums, live favourites, B-sides and a couple of Noel’s acoustic number’s, when the boys start there’s no stopping them. And who wants to stop when everybody’s having a good time? As one pleased punter said after Definitely Mightbe played a gig 200 miles away, “I’m going to see the real Oasis in Manchester later this year and if they are half as good as you guys, I’m in for a bloody good night!”

So, as good as the real thing? Well they DEFINITELY MIGHTBE.

The Stone Roses were one of the most influential rock bands from England, active during the late 1980’s and early 1990’s.

Along with other bands such as the Happy Mondays and Inspiral Carpets, they comprised the core of the Madchester Baggy scene, centred around Manchester, England.

Their 1989 eponymous debut album quickly achieved the status of a classic in the UK, and topped NME’s list of the Greatest Albums of All Time. Their songs adorn many a student disco to this day and the classic hits they produced stand the test of time better than most bands from that era. They released a second album, Second Coming, in 1994 before disbanding due to artistic disagreements in 1996.

ADORED are their definitive tribute, reproduce the sound and atmosphere the originals created with such detailed accuracy, you’d think the Roses had climbed on stage beside them!

See both bands perform at Warehouse23 in Wakefield on April 6th.