From Saturday, December 31 2011 - 9:00pm To Sunday, January 01 2012 - 1:00am Every day
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REDWOOD CITY, CA —While "will they or won't they" swirls around the Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary, a multi-act, multimedia theatrical event, culminating in a recreation of a live Stones concert, is set to storm into showrooms next year with a local musician in the lead role.
This New Year's Eve at Redwood City's Club Fox, you'll be able to catch a sneak preview of Satisfaction Five-O, A Celebration of 50 Years of The World's Greatest Rock 'N' Roll Band and dance the year out with the "Mick Jagger" of the tour and his San Francisco based band, The Unauthorized Rolling Stones.
Satisfaction Five-O features contributions from genuine members of the 60's Classic Rock scene and a band assembled from the premier tribute artists in the business.
Rudy Colombini of The Unauthorized Rolling Stones is portraying Mick Jagger, as Satisfaction Five-O tours showrooms in 2012.
Setting the stage for the climactic concert is a gallery of seminal images from famed Rolling Stone Magazine photographer Robert Altman, a multimedia show of previously unpublished photos of the Stones and other Classic Rock Icons by Bay Area photographer Chris Brorsen, and a set honoring the Delta Blues that inspired the Jagger-Richards team by guitarist Michael Ray Wilhelm of Charlatans and Flamin' Groovies fame, who lives in Lake County.
Both Altman and Wilhelm will be at the Fox for this event to promote the national tour.
A limited number of tickets are available to the public for the New Years Eve Sneak Preview, which offers a most unique alternative to the abundance of other year-end events.
“A Celebration of 50 Years of the Rolling Stones” takes place Saturday, Dec. 31, at 2209 Broadway St. in Redwood City, telephone 650-FOX-7770. Ages 21 and over only. Doors open at 8 a.m., with the show beginning at 9 p.m.
Tickets cost $39.50, which includes appetizers and champagne at midnight.