The Registry Theatre
• 122 Frederick St. • Kitchener, ON
Doors Open: 7:00PM
| Show Starts: 8:00PM
Featuring: The Beggars Banquet with Special Guests
Tickets may still be available at the event, other ticket outlets, or the box office.
Event type: Licensed
Celebrate, dance, and enjoy! - The Music of The Rolling Stones with the band, The Beggars Banquet, and special guests at the Registry Theatre!
The Beggars Banquet blokes are tuned up and ready to get "Right back at it!"
The Beggars Banquet is one of the best Rolling Stones Revues around - as their audiences have said over the years, "Close your eyes, and you can't tell the difference."
The front line of this powerfully accurate revue consists of bandleader and world-renowned guitar player - Mike 'Mudfoot' McDonald, as KEEF "Keith Richards."
As his 6 stringed co-pilot on stage, one of Ontario's most entertaining and exhilarating guitar players - Ian Andrews, plays "Ronnie Wood."
Beggars Banquet's lead vocalist is one of North America's premier interpreters of the vocal styling of legendary Mick Jagger. He has earned a solid reputation as a singer and performer. He has entertained thousands on countless stages for nearly 35 years and has devoted himself exclusively to portraying the legendary Rolling Stones frontman. Channelling the complete essence of the Rolling Stones Frontman - Glenn Pelletier, as your "Mick Jagger."
Glenn gained fame and attention as lead singer for the renowned Rolling Stones tribute band "Sticky Fingers," with whom he performed for nearly 30 years, having joined as a founding member in 1982.
Yes! "He moves like Jagger," and his vocal representation is uncanny and unmatched.
"I came to the role initially as an actor, seeking to replicate, to re-create, to accurately interpret and portray Jagger with authenticity and intensity." shared Glenn. "Out of that, and after many years of performing his songs, I learned to channel him as a vocalist. I completely lose myself in character."
Cutoff is Thursday, May 25, 2023 4:59 pm EDT unless it sells out earlier.