Tommy Youngsteen rolls into Picton with the best of the Stones July 30

Tommy Youngsteen's Alan Snoddy performs the music of The Band at The Eddie in September 2021. (Jason Parks/Gazette Staff)

Prince Edward County’s favourite visiting and most dynamic tribute band Tommy Youngsteen is coming back for a special Rolling Stones concert July 30.

Known to rock out with a myriad of monster 1970’s musical mainstays including Fleetwood Mac, The Band, Bruce Springsteen and Tom Petty, band leader Alan Snoddy and the group will be covering Mick and Keith’s creations at the iconic Crystal Palace for a Civic Long Weekend in a show not to be missed. 

“We always try to cover music that has some kind of a nostalgia factor to it… hearing an old song is great for bringing back great memories. The Stones have such a great catalogue, we’re going to do our best to get it as close to the records as possible but also ad some live elements with a full horn section and backup singers,” Snoddy said.

The show will also feature some local food and drink options including Rebel Taco, Sam2 Ice cream sandwiches, Midtown Brewing, Slake Brewing & Get Schuck’d Oysters.

Doors open at 7 p.m. and the duo of Brian MacMillan & Nichol Robertson will open the show.

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