Following the incredible feedback from the gig at Glastonbury the organisers contacted The Railing Stains on the 17th July 2014 to do a private gig in the South of France.
In 2013 The Railing Stains were endorsed in the official Glastonbury programme which stated 42 things to do at Glastonbury and the band came in at no.2 “look out for The Railing Stains in the VIP Rabbit Hole Stage”.
Mode Collective Club, Notting Hill
Dan and Kate Lockhart
The Railing Stains played an electrifying gig at my wedding last week. We can’t thank them enough for their essential contribution to such a perfect day. They played a beautiful warm-up set whilst the guests fueled up for the party ahead, and then played a thumping party set with some great crowd interaction. Frontman Bobby was reliable and responsive during the planning process, and delivered on all of his promises to make it a great event. I would highly recommend The Railing Stains for any wedding (especially if you want a quality band instead of a typical cheesy wedding band) or corporate event; and take the opportunity to go and see them at one of their shows. Over and out!
Edwin Leslie James Boulton
This is our second booking with this brilliant band Uncomplicated and straight forward procedure in booking all part of their fantastic service. Their performance on the evening was stunning, great sound and the evening was an amazing experience for all who attended. They have a great rapport with their audiences and were absolutely outstanding. Now looking forward to our next party with this sensational band. Can`t praise them high enough!!
Daily Express – Lis Higgins
After we revealed on Saturday Keith Richards is so keen to get back to playing his guitar that he’s considering putting his talents up for hire, another rocker has offered to help out. Bob Ward, frontman in Stones covers band, The Railing Stains, wants Keith to join the group for their next charity gig.
The Stains have toured with Art Wood, late brother of Stones member Ronnie and Ronnie’s son Jesse joined the band for a stint as a rhythm guitarist in 2001 and Bobs sister recently worked as French interpreter for the bands former bassist Bill Wyman, “We’re playing to 40,000 people in Brighton for charity gig Paddle Round the Pier and if Keith wants to come and ssplay he should give me a call” says Bob. “I met him once, just after his daughter’s wedding and we nearly crashed into each others cars. It was a very rock n roll introduction.”
American Express Entertainment Booker (Show at Amex’s European HQ)
“You got the audience rocking! I’ve had loads of requests to get you back as soon as possible. We were really impressed with the quality of the music and the huge amount of energy you give off in your performance. Most of all it was great to work with such an easy going, professional group of people.”
Mark Andrews, son of Stones founder member Brian Jones
“That gig was worth a million dollars.”
Peter Hepple, The Stage
“The Railing Stains recapture the excitement of the Stones amazingly”
Project Manager, Zap Productions
“On behalf of myself and Zap Productions, I am writing to say thank you for your blistering performance on New Year’s Eve. The 50,000 people in the audience were all singing – it was very Rock ‘n Roll! The feedback from our clients has been tremendous and everyone had a fabulous night.”
Peter Heppel – The Stage
“The Railing Stains recapture the excitement of the early 60s.”