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Rolling Stones Cover Band - Stikkyfingers
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 by Will Wyman
The best Rolling Stones Cover Band

Stikkyfingers must be the best Rolling Stones cover band in the UK. Get yourself to one of their gigs to see and hear what I mean.

2024
 
Tuesday 9th January – St John’s Hotel, Hull
Saturday 13th January – Swanland Village Hall, Swanland
Saturday 27th January – Sandpiper, Melton
Friday 9th February – Highway, Hull
Saturday 10th February – Potting Shed, Beverley
Saturday 24th February – Brigg Servicemens Club, Brigg
Saturday 2nd March – Ferriby Social Club, North Ferriby
Saturday 9th March – Victory Club, Barton Upon Humber
Saturday 23rd March – National, Hull
Friday 29th March – Gardeners Country Inn, Coniston DJ
Saturday 6th April – Potting Shed, Beverley Mr X
Saturday 13th April – Springhead Golf Club, Hull
Saturday 27th April – The Lambwath, Hull DJ
Friday 24th May – Highway, Hull DJ
Saturday 25th May – Underdog, Princes Ave, Hull
Friday 7th June – Conservative Club, Beverley DJ
Saturday 8th June – Howden Social Club, Howden
Friday 5th July – The Vaults, York
Saturday 27th July – Stirling Castle, Bridlington
Saturday 3rd August – Highway, Hull
Sunday 4th August – Private Party, Kilpin
Friday 23rd August – Sun Inn, Beverley
Sunday 25th August – St John’s Hotel afternoon
Saturday 31st August – Private Gig
Saturday 21st September – The Lambwath, Hull
Saturday 5th October – Ferriby Social Club, North Ferriby
Saturday 19th October – Stirling Castle, Bridlington
Saturday 26th October – Goodfellowship, Hull – 8PM START!
Saturday 2nd November – Rising Sun, Hull
Friday 8th November – Highway, Hull
Saturday 16th November – National, Hull
Friday 20th December – Willows Club, Hull
Friday 27th December – Highway, Hull
 
2025
 
Saturday 25th January – Lockington Village Hall TBC
 
 
 
 

Stikkyfingers have appeared on the VIP stage at Tribfest twice.

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4 thoughts on “Giglist

  • August 30, 2012 at 7:08 am
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    Great stuff. Just read your article on the open G tuning. I need to go and try it out.
    Allan

  • October 7, 2012 at 9:06 pm
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    so very pleased i have been able to book you twice in 2013 @ my ”Black Pig Rallys”

    • October 21, 2012 at 9:16 pm
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      It’s a real pleasure to play at the Black Pig Rallies!

  • February 20, 2013 at 8:14 am
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    hello Ian top marks for your article on playing guitar like Keith Richards or “keef”as he’s known, I’ve not seen you guys live but it sounds groovy on you tube. I’m a multi instrumentalist, a jack of all trades if you like, but i don’t call myself a jack of all trades, i like to think i’m an Alan of all trades, I’m currently building a website and on it each week there’ll be video’s featuring me playing instruments that i’m an Alan of.
    Alan

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