This U2 tribute are now in their 29th year and have performed over 2000 concerts, from theatre to festivals and have travelled three continents in doing so. Actually a 'look-a-like / sound-a-like' band in the same vein as The Bootleg Beatles. From Inverness to Monaco, from Chicago to Bahrain, the band have been thrilling U2 fans all around the world. In 1997 they performed alongside U2 at Feyenoord Stadium and during the last two decades, they have often been mistaken for the real thing many times. With past clients including; BBC1, ITV1, RTE, SKY, Blackberry, Pernod-Ricard, Mencap and the 2012 Olympics.
From 1993 onwards, the band played to sell-out crowds across Britain, Ireland and Europe. Holding the award for successive sell-out shows at The Limelight in Crewe, the lads were also featured on both national TV and radio. U2 fan clubs often booked the band to perform at their conventions, with foreign tours seeing the lads travelling around in stretch limo's. Local shows included Sheffield Arena and Don Valley Stadium, the same venue U2 would perform at thirteen years later. Shows across in Ireland included a near riot in Sligo and a show alongside Aslan at Dublin's Point Depot. The lads also gigged alongside The Lightning Seeds
and Samantha Mumba.