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The Unauthorized Rolling Stones


Meet The Band

Rudy Colombini (Mick Jagger) - lead vocals and guitar -

A singer-songwriter in his own right, two of Rudy’s recordings have reached #30 and #46 nationwide on the adult contemporary charts. He has been featured on both Universal and EMI records; was co-writer for the soundtrack of Francis Ford Coppola's film Rumblefish. The titled song on his cd "Message of Love" set an mp3 record of 2500 downloads in 24 hours.
Rudy has toured with the Beach Boys, the English Beat and Marshall Cranshaw. He made his grand entrance on the world’s stage in San Francisco’s North Beach, home of the Beat Generation and its infamous mix of prose, poetry, and jazz. Long a noted writer and performer in the contemporary music scene, Rudy has had a number of hits under a different name. We’re not telling and we’ll leave it at that. This guy is intense! Always drawn to the music of the Stones, he brings a world of experience and respect in tribute to the world’s greatest rock and roll band.



Jim Riddick (Keith Richards) - guitar and vocals -

Jim’s first guitar was a hand-me-down at age eleven from one of his four musician brothers. It soon became apparent that his six-string love affair would last a lifetime. Learning only some basic chords and a couple of riffs from his brothers, Jim’s guitar lessons were conducted daily with only a record player and an endless stack of rock albums from the 60’s & 70’s. By age 13 he was writing songs in his first garage band and shortly after graduating high school he signed his first professional recording contract.
After two disappointing albums and several years touring as a supporting act, Jim’s demand as a studio session player proved to be more lucrative than life on the road, so he forged a new career in the recording studio.
Always finding time to write and collaborate, Jim often sought inspiration from his one guitar hero, Keith Richards. When the opportunity to join the Unauthorized Rolling Stones came along, Jim was a ready-made candidate, and was quoted as saying “I’ve been preparing for this job since I was ten years old.”



Mark Banning (Ronnie Wood) - guitar and vocals -

Before he hit his teenage years, Mark fronted several of his own bands, displaying incredible innovation as a singer and guitar player. A gifted songwriter Mark recorded his first single in Hollywood at age 13, his second a year later at RCA. Recording artist, Mark Banning is a nationally known singer-songwriter and guitar virtuoso, sharing major venues with artists including The Scorpions, Deep Purple, Dio, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Heart, The Beach Boys, INXS, Foreigner, George Thorogood, and Weird Al Yankovic.
Performing solo and with numerous bands, Mark has been heard both on radio, touring, and across the internet. Audiences and industry alike are amazed by Mark's abilities with his guitar, pulling tones ranging from the heaviest and most lamenting, straight away to the sweetest and most emotionally evoking sounds any guitar is capable of making. Through out his career, Mark has lent his talent and musical charisma to many artists inside the studio and on the stage. Mark has worked with Ritchie Blackmore, Ronnie James Dio, Captain Beefhart, The Ink Spots, Bumps Blackwell, Dolly Rappaport, Johnny Horton Jr. & C.C. DeVille.



Trey Cobb (Charlie Watts) - drums -

Has performed with .38 Special and Night Ranger; played at legendary music clubs such as the Whisky, the Roxy, and Gazzarri's (LA)/ 616 (Memphis)/the Ritz and Harpo's (Detroit); and studied at the Drummer's Collective in NYC.
Trey narrowly escaped his home state of Oklahoma while everyone else was attending a 4-H fair. He hit the streets and the skins at an early age, pleasing audiences ever since. A traveler and a free spirit, he's lived in every city mentioned in the song "Dancin' in the Streets". P.S. Ask to see the scorpion tattoo.



Kenny Crampton (Brian Jones/Bill Wyman) - bass -

Originally from Chicago Illinois. Kenny has toured most of the U.S. with various bands and has played over seas as well. To his credit, Kenny has appeared on VH1 in New York and has recorded on an album that had 2 songs featured on the CBS hit series "NASH BRIDGES".
Kenny was also featured in "RUNNERS WORLD" magazine highlighting his love for running and rocking. His band opened for "WAR" in the post race concert celebrating the 12k S.F. Bay To Breakers Race. Not to mention he has many recordings, video, local T.V. and radio performances under his belt.
Mr. Crampton now plays his beautiful gold Lakland bass through 2 4x10 Eden Bass cabs stacked with an Eden 800. Kenny’s ambitions is to World Tour, and to play around the S.F. bay area and beyond with the international Tribute Act, "THE UNAUTHORIZED ROLLING STONES". AKA Bill Wyman, Kenny is ready to ROCK!



Boudeeka (Lisa Fisher) – back-up vocals -

Gigging 3 to 4 nights a week with Boudeeka’s first Rock band "The Pink Section" quickly built her reputation as a powerful vocalist with high- energy stage presence.
In 1989 she became lead singer for Heavy Metal band "Ariah", debuting in San Francisco at The Stone. "Ariah" played venues thru out the Bay Area, opening for Quiet Riot, Dora Peche, King Diamond & Vicious Rumors.
She has also toured and played venues across the western states with various Rock bands. Boudeeka has shared the stage with Clarence Clemons of Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, Big Brother & The Holding Company, Johhny Gunn of Eddy Money, Dale Ockerman of The Doobie Bros., Deacon Jones of John Lee Hooker, (rock/latin band Puro Bandito), and the infamous Filmore Slim.


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