Rod Stewart tribute act (Tony Julian) has the looks, the voice and the mannerisms of the great man himself. This authentic tribute is as good as it gets. Unlike a lot of tribute acts, Tony is very approachable and often goes into the assembled crowd to get everyone involved in the show. He is the same age as Rod Stewart and presents himself as he is today with sharp suits and smart stage wear.
With repeat bookings all over the country and thrilled clients wherever he performs it’s plain to see that Tony enjoys impersonating Rod Stewart immensely. He feels very privileged to be able to perform the music of this world renowned artiste.
This act is completely self contained with stage lighting and a professional sound system capable of filling most venues with studio quality sound. Whether you’re a die hard Rod Stewart fan or just looking for a night of great music and entertainment Tony’s excellent tribute show will not disappoint you.
“Just a quick line to thank you and Tony Julian for the Rod Stewart tribute act. We had the party in our garden and we couldn’t have got a worse bout of weather which left the day in the balance but Tony delivered an absolutely stunning performance which had everyone of our guests up and dancing in the rain. Highlights included Love Train, Maggie May and Tony dancing with my Grandmother. Tony not only looks and acts like Rod, the voice is bang on! Our crowd included five to seventy five year olds and lots of teens who all felt like they had been to a festival. Tony couldn’t have been more accommodating staying over an hour later than arranged as the crowd wouldn’t let him leave the stage (I genuinely think they would still have him singing now if they could). I have been inundated with guests phoning and texting to tell me it was the best party they had ever been to and wanting Tony’s details so they can book him for their parties. Once again Tony…thank you so so much” – Richard Loader
“We saw Tony last night at the Highbury he really was like Rod and he changed his suits so quickly and really was the part” – Carol Dockery
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