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  1. Ricky M'coy
    Ricky M'coy at |

    Re: Van Halen tributes, this is not even close. UNCHAINED ” The mighty Van Halen tribute” Is by far the best. compare any other V.H. tribute to UNCHAINED & IT’s a race for 2 nd Place. Ricky M’coy. ” the singer, has some it all in this buissness. see for yourself, www, unchainedvhtribute.com

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  2. Rich
    Rich at |

    Florida used to have maybe 3 tribute bands based there in 2005 but since then over 40 have emerged led by Highway to Hell the amazing AC/DC Tribute show. They are the only AC/DC Tribute to share the stage with real members and were listed on the real AC/DC site last year.

    Check out the growing list of tributes in the south east at maximumbands.com/tribute

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  3. Garcia Project
    Garcia Project at |

    Check out The Garcia Project – recreating the Jerry Garcia band Experience

    http://thegarciaproject.com

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  4. DC/AC Tribute
    DC/AC Tribute at |

    I would not say we are fanatical, but…close to that. 🙂 Creating a good Tribute is a really hard work and great lesson. One should of course try to create their own original repertoire, but Tribute is a good way to get skills and inspiration. Salutes to all AC/DC Tributes!!! 🙂

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  5. Barbara
    Barbara at |

    We are an up and coming Fleetwood Mac and Stevie Nicks Tribute band, White Winged Dove…really enjoyed your post and list, and everyone’s comments and band suggestions! Cool!

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  6. Marc C.
    Marc C. at |

    Dark Star Orchestra? How are they non-existent where this list is concerned?

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  7. Spencer C.
    Spencer C. at |

    I like The Folsom Prison Gang (www.TheFolsomPrisonGang.com). They don’t claim to be an impersonation act but they do a pretty good tribtue to the Man in Black.

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  8. Paul Cadinha
    Paul Cadinha at |

    Hi there. Thought you should know about Mojo Child: A Tribute to The Doors. We recreate the studio sound of The Doors in a live concert recreation, and perform with a psychedelic 60’s style lightshow Circa Fillmore West 1969. Mojo Child is a 5 piece band using a bass player as the Doors did “in the studio” for most of the post first album………Thanks!

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  9. peter8172
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    Back in the 1990’s, I was living in the New England area and just down the road from me was a nightclub that would have live entertainment. There was an advertisement for a tribute rock band called Destroyer (a KISS tribute band). It was as close to a live KISS performance as one could get. (I have seen KISS on 5 different occasions). I had the chance to chat with them and it finally ended up with me backstage having a couple of drinks with them and them giving me the “tour” of their backstage preparations, right down to the fire breathing and stage blood antics of Gene Simmons and lets not forget the pyrotechnics that they used. They were really good guys to me and their show was a complete and pleasant surprise.

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  10. jamie
    jamie at |

    Oh yeah their site is http://www.woodstockmud.com if you wanna hear them 😉

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  11. jamie
    jamie at |

    This band does Crosby Stills Nash & Young – I have been to see the real thing live many times & this band Woodstock Mud keeps sounding like CSN did in the friggin 60’s. Today, CSN lags seriously, but I’ve been listening to the Woodstock Mud band for a few years now & they still sound clean & miraculous harmonies sound effortless. Love love love.

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  12. Brooke
    Brooke at |

    Hey, there,
    Hope you don’t mind me submitting our Tribute band to Stevie Nicks and Fleetwood Mac! The website is at http://www.nightbirdtribute.com – Check out the videos on the link and the photos – also on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/stevienickstributeband – we are based in Houston, Texas – Thanks!

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  13. kevin
    kevin at |

    Check out this ZZ Top tribute band, I just happened to come across it today, these guys sound like the real deal! I would love to catch them live, has anyone ever seen these guys in person? Here’s the video…

    http://1wmb.blogspot.com/p/zz-pop.html

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  14. Johnny
    Johnny at |

    The Roadhouse Doors
    I`ve seen this Irish Doors tribute band several times and of all The Doors tributes I`ve seen from around the world these guys are by far the best.
    The whole band doesn`t resemble the Doors but obviously the Jim Morrison is a bit of a doopleganger but they actually play the Doors songs spot on as the real Doors write the tunes and use similar if not the same equipment.its a total tribute which really does Jim Morrison and co proud,by far the most exciting Doors tribute I`ve seen`.I would even go as far to say maybe even better than The Doors of the last fourty odd years without their singer…. makes the Doors legacy live on.Friends of mine bought the Doors cds after seeing them live

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  15. Peter Boucher
    Peter Boucher at |

    I would also like to add about a tribute band from England who does a Queen tribute. Go on to YOU TUBE and type in Gary Mullin. He is considered to be the greatest impersonator of Freddie Mercury in the world. I have seen him on YOU TUBE and everything is dead accurate. The Clothing, the Voice, the Stage Antics, even his face with the mustache and of course the flair for the dramatics. Its quite amazing

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  16. Peter Boucher
    Peter Boucher at |

    I did see a tribute band called “The Musical Box” and we’re a tribute band to GENESIS when they had Peter Gabriel as the lead frontman. They performed the entire album “The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway” and a few other tunes like “The Knife” and “Watcher’s Of The Sky”. It was very convincing and a wonderful concert to watch

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  17. Gary Washburn
    Gary Washburn at |

    Hey if you want to see and hear a tribute band that sounds just like Motley Crue you have to check out Decade of Decadence! The vocals are the absolute closest you will hear to Vince Neil without Vince himself singing! YOU HAVE TO CHECK THIS BAND OUT YOU WONT BE DISAPPOINTED!!
    \m/ \m/

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  18. Jim Sprool
    Jim Sprool at |

    L.A.vation is pretty damn good. I mean they are every bit as good as their videos.
    http://www.u2lavation.com/video/

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  19. Jorgen Ingmar
    Jorgen Ingmar at |

    Hello everyone,

    We are L.A.vation – The World’s Greatest Tribute to U2.
    L.A.vation travels worldwide to bring the music of U2 to your next club, corporate event, concert in the park, fundraiser, private party, you name it, we do it!
    Check us out at http://www.u2lavation.com

    Thank you!

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  20. Viktor
    Viktor at |

    There’s a Steely Dan tribute band called The Steely Damned.

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  21. VENICE
    VENICE at |

    Here is our web site : ( The Doors tribute band)

    http://venice.myzik.eu/

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  22. VENICE
    VENICE at |

    Hi there,

    We are a French tribute band to the DOORS.
    Our band’s name is VENICE. It comes from Venice beach California , the beach where it all started.
    Don’t hesitate to contact us for a live psychedelic show !

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  23. Lennie
    Lennie at |

    There are two other Bands I could mention, the argentine Queen-Tribute “God Save The Queen” (www.dsr.com.ar) and the Beatles-Tribute “Fab Four” from California (http://www.thefabfour.com)

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