Red Hot tribute

PUBLISHED: 10:20 27 July 2006 | UPDATED: 09:39 24 May 2010

TWO top tribute rock bands are set to get pulses racing at a Bristol venue next month. The Fleece in St Thomas Street will play host to the Red Mock Chilli Peppers on August 4 and U2 UK on August 5. The Red Mock Chilli Peppers started life as four friends

TWO top tribute rock bands are set to get pulses racing at a Bristol venue next month.The Fleece in St Thomas Street will play host to the Red Mock Chilli Peppers on August 4 and U2 UK on August 5.The Red Mock Chilli Peppers started life as four friends in Lancashire in 2004 who pride themselves on looking, acting and performing like the real-life Red Hot Chilli Peppers.U2 UK formed in January 2002 when lead singer Paul Collyer, who plays Bono, placed an advert in a newspaper. The band aims to recreate the live U2 experience and its performances include a light show that captures the true spirit of the Irish rock giants.Tickets, priced £8 for both acts, are available on 0117 945 0996 or via the venue's website www.fleecegig.co.uk

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