Two incredible guitarists/songwriters, performing two electrifying live shows and sharing the same backing band of musicians! A huge treat for blues/rock fans everywhere...
Originally an offshoot of the primordial Rolling Stones, lead guitarist Dick Taylor broke away to form The Pretty Things in 1962. Securing a major label deal within months of their inception, the band attracted press attention with their unfettered power and controversial, unkempt appearance, their raunchy style of R&B spawned a run of successful releases.
Tom Petty, along with his band The Heartbreakers, is one of the legendary figures in rock history.
Introducing Bottomless Bubbles every Thursday at Rise 46. For just £25, you can enjoy complimentary Prosecco all night, 20% off all cocktails and watch excellent live music in our downstairs basement.
The Stone Roses tribute and Oasis Tribute. Throughout the last year or so, The Total Stone Roses have been playing gigs and stunning audiences throughout the country building up a solid fan base that makes them a force to be reckoned with in the tribute scene.
A tribute to The Rolling Stones focusing on the early part of their career from 1964 - 1969 including 'Jumping Jack Flash', 'Paint It Black', 'Not Fade Away' and 'Satisfaction'.
Geno Washington and The Ram Jam Band had two of the biggest selling UK albums of the sixties. Amazingly both of these were live albums.
British Empire Wrestling returns to its home of the Tooting Tram and Social for Rising Empire, a huge event with the main event as a Ladder Match. All ages welcome. Doors at 3:30pm
Renowned restaurant critic, MasterChef judge and sometime jazz pianist Jay Rayner invites you to join him for a night of food and agony.
A powerhouse band of highly accomplished and revered musicians delivering a truly authentic and electrifying mix of rock and roll, roots, blues, rockabilly and the best in Americana.