Tribute to the Beatles Schedule
The Beatles were the biggest band in the world before they broke the hearts of
millions by breaking up. These days there are only two surviving members of the Fab Four but fortunately there are plenty
of talented musicians eager to pay tribute to the band and perform their songs in front of rabid fans all over the world.
Tribute bands have become incredibly popular over recent years as they give fans the opportunity to see and hear the music
of a band that is no longer existence at a far cheaper price than attending a major concert. Beatles tributes are done by
some of the most talented and dedicated musicians in the world and give fans an experience that is not a far cry from seeing
the actual Beatles live.
There are a few options in 2014 for seeing some world class Beatles tributes. the first is
on February 6th at the Apollo Theater in New York City and is billed as NYC Fab 50 Presents Twist and Shout: NY Celebrates
The Beatles. On February 8th another NYC Fab 50 Presents Twist and Shout: NY Celebrates The Beatles event wil be held in New
York City, this time at Town Hall. On February 14th at The Hamilton Live in Washington D.C. a special Valentine's Day event,
Love Songs: The Beatles will take place. A week later on the 21st at Sands Resort and Casino, people in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
will have the opportunity to witness All You Need is Love - A Beatles Tribute. Meanwhile on March 1st the Liverpool Legends
will be playing Beatles hits at Majestic Theatre in San Antonio, Texas. Keep checking back on StubHub regularly for updates
on all the Beatles tributes.
Tribute bands, also known as cover bands, have experienced
a revival in recent years and have grown to be among the most successful live acts in the music business. Although they perform
songs by the specific band they are honoring the band contains no members of the original bad. For a long time the best known
tribute act was Elvis Presley impersonators but these days tribute bands have taken it to a whole new level. Not only do the
bands do a note for note version of the band's songs but they attempt to replicate the fashion, style, and on stage movements
of the artists they are honoring. Tribute bands give loyal fans the opportunity to see favorite songs performed live which
they may not otherwise have been able to witness.
Unfortunately The Beatles ended their
time as a band more than 45 years ago yet the importance of their music and their legacy cannot be overstated as generations
of fans and musicians have grown to adore their songs well after the historic band broke up. When you enter any tribute to
the Beatles you will be welcomed by your fellow Beatles loving friends who are all anxiously looking forward to hearing all
of their beloved Beatles classics performed live. From the opening notes to the last final triumphant choruses you will be
transported back in time to a classic Beatles performance. Singing and dancing along to many of the biggest hits in the entire
history of music with thousands of other passionate Beatles fans is an experience unlike any other and one that you will never
forget. Be sure to take this opportunity both to pay tribute to one of the greatest bands in the history of rock and roll
as well as to enjoy a night out on the town unlike any other.
Beatles fans are well known as
some of the most dedicated and passionate fans in all of rock and roll. The most passionate fans have a reputation for tracking
down each and every piece of memorabilia in an effort to recapture the glory days of the band. Fans like this will eagerly
by up tickets to see a Beatles tribute show and get a view into the past when the Beatles were in their heyday. Upon entering
the theater and finding yourself amongst this devoted group of fans all prepared to celebrate their common interest, and in
some cases obsession, you will feel a level of excitement and enthusiasm in the air that is unlike any other concert you have
The Beatles are recognized as the top selling band in the United States having sold
over 177 million records. Although Let It Be was the last album by the Beatles to be released, most of it was recorded before
the recording of Abbey Road. The first solo Beatles song released was John Lennon's Give Peace A Chance on July, 4 1969. Later
in the same year on September 20 John Lennon announced he was leaving the band. A month earlier on August 20th was the last
time all of the Beatles were in the studio putting finishing touches on the song I Want You (She's So Heavy).