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BritBeat - Beatles Tribute
North Shore Center For The Performing Arts - Center East
Oct 17 2015
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BritBeat - Beatles Tribute is a spectacular tribute band to the best selling group in the whole world, in the history of musical. The legendary Beatles are brought to life in a theatrical manner by this famous the Beatles tribute band, the most popular in the US. Watching one of their concerts with BritBeat - Beatles Tribute tickets in hand is like watching the Beatles. They look like them, sound like then, behave like them, play the same instruments and have the same styles.
BritBeat - Beatles Tribute is therefore the Beatles brought to life, the most genuine such performance in the world. This is a show that combines a live concert with costumes, vintage instruments. It is thus not only a musical tribute to the Beatles but also a multimedia, visual and theatrical tribute to them, that portrays a genuine experience of this world famous British band. It will not only attract fans of the Beatles but also those new to their music, or even those who haven’t heard them.
BritBeat - Beatles Tribute takes visitors back to the age of the Beatles, the so called golden age of music of the sixties. Wearing mop tops, old fashioned costumes and vintage musical instruments, the band members perform hit Beatle songs, complete with their British style, youthful excitement and charm of the Fab Four. It features a tribute band dubbed America's Premier Beatles tribute band.
The Beatles is an American rock band founded in Liverpool, England during the sixties, that was active for most of that decade. Their music has been released by such labels as Parlophone Records, Vee–Jay Records, Swan Records, United Artists, Apple and Capitol Records. They have been associated with such groups as Plastic Ono Band, The Quarrymen and Billy Preston. Their best known members were John Lennon, George Harrison, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr. Each of them has gone on to launch successful solo careers in the world of music.
Founded in the sixties, they were inspired by rock and roll from the fifties as well as by skiffle music. They mixed together various elements of rock music, classical and pop, creating a sound that is unique even today. They rose to fame during the Beatlemania, after performing in several venues in Hamburg and Liverpool. George Harrison, their producer, and Brian Epstein, their manager, were responsible for turning them into professional musicians. They rose to fame after the release of the hit single, Love Me Do. Two years later, they had become international sensations, leading what was known as the British Invasion of US pop music.
They released a number of albums and disbanded during the seventies. Each of the members would go on to launch highly successful careers in music, with two of them, Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney active today. They hold the record for the most number one albums in the UK charts and the band with most singles sold. They are also the Best Selling Band in the US, with more than one hundred and seventy seven million albums sold to date, as stated by the RIAA.
The Beatles have been listed as one the Most Succesful Artists of All Time on the Billboard Hot 100. They also have the record for the most number one songs on the same chart, at twenty. They have won seven Grammy Awards for their music, as well as an Academy Award for the Best Original Song Score. They have also won fifteen Ivor Novello Awards. They are one of the 100 Most Influential People of the twentieth century, according to Time magazine. They are also the Best Selling Band in the history of music, with estimates of more than one billion units sold. This show, a tribute to them, made up of a concert and a theatrical display, is one to see live via BritBeat - Beatles Tribute tickets.