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"The Complete Beatles Experience"
Get ready to take a nostalgic trip down memory lane to
the era of mini skirts, go-go boots, transistor radios, flower children,
psychedelic colors and of course, "The Fab Four."
Transform yourself back to the years of 1963 through 1970. Relive the
electrifying experience of Beatlemania with incredible detail through
the hottest Beatles tribute band in the nation, American English!
The show begins with the early years of Ed Sullivan and includes classic Beatle favorites such as She Loves You, Twist and Shout, I Want To Hold Your Hand, and many others. American English captures the very essence of John, Paul, George and Ringo!
Next, you'll take a trip with American English as they recreate the psychedelic era of The Beatles. Every musical and visual detail is magically shaped in a colorful journey back in time. You'll witness incredible versions of selections from Sgt. Pepper and Magical Mystery Tour. All the songs are performed completely live without any tapes or backing tracks.
And in the end, you'll be transformed to a spectacular musical excursion of the final years of The Beatles partnership. Relive the years of The White Album, Let It Be, and Abbey Road. Moving renditions of songs such as Hey Jude, Something, and Let It Be, are sure to complete The Beatles Experience!
Young Hines as John Lennon
Young Hines brings to the Beatle world his exceptional musical and vocal skills which quickly gained him the status as "The Guy!" Young has an unlimited vocal range, beautiful falsetto and rich timbre for which John Lennon was so famous. Young's vocal are so realistic that he and his former band mates from "The Return" were invited to appear on the ABC network television
show, Good Morning America. Young has the vocal ability to belt out screamers like Twist & Shout and Mr. Moonlight, switch to ballads such as, In My Life & Norwegian Wood and then use his uncanny falsetto in songs like Day in the Life & Baby You’re a Rich Man. Young’s stunning portrayal of John Lennon will surely please even the most die-hard Beatles fans.
Michaels as Paul McCartney
Eric Michaels and
Paul McCartney have several things in common, but perhaps the most striking similarity is that they are both incredibly versatile vocalists. Eric has the power to scream out a raucous rocker like "I Saw Her Standing There" and also the finesse to sweetly sing a tender ballad such as "Yesterday". He is also a multitalented instrumentalist; not only does he play a left-handed HÖfner bass like McCartney, he is also proficient on piano and guitar. Eric's physical resemblance to McCartney combined with his vocal and instrumental talents produce an amazing performance every time!
Couture as George Harrison
Doug Couture has found his true calling in the music industry, paying tribute to the "quiet one," George Harrison. As a teenager, Doug spent countless hours of every day playing and singing along to Beatles records, trying to emulate the
signature riffs and 3-part harmonies that made The Beatles one of the most influential groups of all time. Doug has spent the last eight years touring the country with several different tribute bands and has received rave reviews for his performance in "BeatleMania." His understanding of George’s vocal & guitar style has earned him a reputation as one of the "Best!" Doug's accurate portrayal of George even led him to a consulting job for the making of the "Beatles to A Tee" guitar instructional DVD/Video. As a Beatle’s fan, Doug confides that he has lovingly studied and carefully recreated George’s persona on
Gable as Ringo Starr
Tom Gable mirrors the very nature of Ringo Starr. Not only does Tom accurately duplicate Ringo’s voice in fun loving songs like Yellow
Submarine and With A Little Help From My Friends, he completely replicates the wild and unorthodox drumming style for which
Starr is known. The owner of The Cavern Club in Liverpool was quoted as saying "Tom’s voice is the closest to Ringo's that I have ever heard!"
Zemanek, as George Martin, the Beatles
Ken Zemanek is the keyboardist and sound
architect for American English. He is the ingredient which is missing
from almost all other Beatles tribute shows. Ken fills the role of The
Beatles producer George Martin by performing all the orchestrations and
special effects live, without any tapes or recordings. Zemanek plays all
the signature horn parts, strings, flutes, organs, tablas, backwards
sound effects, tambourines, cowbells, etc., that are such an important
part of the Beatles recordings. Ken Zemanek is endorsed by Korg, USA.
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