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From: CA, United States

Genre:
Rock, pop, classic rock

Sticky Fingers is a super group that delivers with surgical precision. The band features a roster of iconic Rolling Stones alumni. The mates, by way of experience, talent and raw artistic expression, create an apogee of rock n' roll custom-made for music mavens. Fans who have the privilege and opportunity of attending one of their dynamic, high energy shows will undoubtedly "Get Their Ya's Ya's Out"!


These are the most famous rock and roll guys and graduates of the Rolling Stones' school of rock. There is no shortage of wattage with members like guitarist ne plus ultra Waddy Wachtel. Wachtel is one of the only outside guitar players to ever play on a Rolling Stones album. Waddy is Keith Richards' personal bandmate and guitarist in Keith's solo project monikered as the "X-Pensive Winos". Sticky Fingers' drummer is none other than Kenny Aronoff who played the tracks on Mick Jagger's recent album "Goddess in The Doorway." This man in the pocket was also first choice to perform percussion on the Rolling Stones' album Bridges to Babylon. Bassist Kenny Aaronson was auditioned by the Rolling Stones when Bill Wyman retired and was also honored as Bassist of the year by Rolling Stone Magazine. Sax man Bobby Keys, THE brass legend in his own right, earned Rolling Stones magazine's title of "sexiest sax solo in rock 'n roll history" for his performance in "Can't You Hear Me Knockin ?,"from the album STICKY FINGERS. Bernard Fowler's vocals are legendary and are featured on more albums that receive airplay than any other contemporary musician in history.


Sticky Fingers is a 'SUPER GROUP" featuring heavy hitters and lickers, who weave pure lyrical bliss into authentic ass kicking' rock-n-roll energy. Ladies and Gentlemen, please allow me to introduce STICKY FINGERS, "The Heir Apparent To The Rolling Stones' Throne".