Classical Mystery Tour Tickets
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Throw in a symphony orchestra with The Beatles and you have captured the sound of Classical Mystery Tour live in concert. The tribute band comprising of Jim Owen, John Brosnan, Chris Camilleri, Tony Kishman and Martin Herman, have been a hit since their very first show in Los Angeles’s Orange County Performing Arts Center. Fans and critics were both overwhelmed by their uncanny physical resemblance and sound similarity to the original band. The Los Angels Times described their performance to be ‘more than an incredible simulation’ with its ‘soaring French horn lines’ and ‘swelling strings’ that made the show a ‘high goose-bump quotient’ as the crowd stood in awe, bellowing for more.
The group features Owen as John Lennon on the rhythm guitar, vocals and piano; Kishman as Paul McCartney on piano, bass guitar and vocals; Camilleri as Ringo Starr on vocals and drum; and Teeley as George Harrison on vocals and lead guitar, while Herman conducts their symphony orchestra. Together these incredibly talented artists deliver a powerful nostalgic and emotional connection back to everyone’s individual experiences of the Beatles that is simply inexplicable. It’s no wonder why Classical Mystery Tour tickets are all the rage among Beatle fans these days.
The musicians from Classical Mystery Tour sound and look quite a bit like the band they are paying tribute to, but what they are playing is a lot more than a mere rock concert. The complete show presents about thirty Beatles songs played, sung and performed just as they have been written. You can listen to Penny Lane with the live trumpet section, enjoy the magnificence of Yesterday on an acoustic guitar alongside a string quartet; and experience the classical/rock mix on the edgy I Am The Walrus. The show really features the beginning Beatles music all the way through their solo years, and all totally live like never heard before.
According to a group member Owen, the group really puts in a load of effort to sound just like the originals, admitting that they are more than exceptionally talented musicians; they are all madly in love with the Beatles music, and their die-hard fans themselves, which contributes to that strong visceral connection they have developed so well with the originals. Their orchestra score is precisely follows the exact pattern, from every instrument and note on the original recording, such as on the song Got to Bring You Into My Life, makes use of three trumpets and two tenor saxes. It is the combination of these instruments that the song was written for and they are what they use.
Since the celebration of the Beatles’ grand fortieth anniversary and their triumphant tour of the U.S., all the way to the extraordinary success of their Anthology along with The Beatles 1 albums, demand for their material has skyrocketed more than every before. So many of their fans never actually got the opportunity to really experience a live Beatles performance, missing out on what the band sounded like playing loud and live with their beat thumping its way through an arena; it is this envied experience that Classical Mystery Tour is now offering in the comfort of concert halls.
Each of their full-length shows features over twenty songs chosen from titles including Lady Madonna, With some help from Friends, Sgt. Pepper is a Lonely Heart Club Band, The End, Carry that Weight, Golden Summers, Got to Bring You into My Life, Savoy Truffle, My Love, Let ‘em in, Silly Love Songs, Hard Day’s Night, Saw Her Standing There, Shout and Twist, Yellow Submarine, Ob-la-di, Ob-la-da, Good Night, Hello, Goodbye, Come together, You Got to Hide That Love Away, and many more. Newport News publications noted the group’s performance resulting in all too theatrical reactions from the fans that stood there giving four standing ovations. Imagine the song Day in the Life with that big orchestra crescendo played live, and you’ll know you just have to get hold of the Classical Mystery Tour tickets.