San Francisco, CA
Singer Songwriter / Classic Rock
Rudy & The Unauthorized Rolling Stones
will be playing TWO SHOWS tomorrow night at Silo's in Napa, California.
We'll rock the grapes off the vines as the band storms through all of the classic
hits plus originals from The Perfect Gift EP and others.
If you're in Wine Country tomorrow
"This is Rudy Colombini’s second musical life. The Divine Comedy flirts
with pretentiousness but manages to come out sounding more grandiose than garish.
Ian Hunter and David Bowie come to mind, comparisons Colombini accepts but adds,
“My influences are really Dylan and John Lennon, more than anything and the
“How would I describe the album if I had to use one word?” he ventures.
“Passionate.”" Steve Stolder, BAM Magazine
Unauthorized Rolling Stones gave a thundering performance hitting the stage with
the song Start Me Up, and continuing through all of the Stones’ hits. The
musicians played and looked their parts. The toughest part to play was Mick Jagger,
which was played by Rudy Colombini. His clothes, facial expressions, mouth and hip
gyrations, the hopping, strutting, holding of the microphone, vocal style and phrasing,
hand gestures, even spontaneity when presented with something out of the normal,
and right down to the way he approaches the stage and mounts it was Jagger-like.
Make no mistake, Colombini runs the show every moment he struts the stage. He has
done his homework and captures every inch of Jagger of the real Rolling Stones;
Jagger has a stand-in if he ever needs one.”" Michel Michel, Alameda
"” The common thread in these pop anthems, revved up rockers, and
melancholy ballads is Colombini’s sincerity. The pristine production of these
rock instruments, embellished with horns and church organ, make possible to feel
good all day long.”" Listen.com