September 19 “Relive the Beatles ’64” concert, and rest assured that this year’s event promises to be just as exciting and original as the tribute show I launched last year to mark the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ September 1964 Pittsburgh concert. I’m offering up the same level of great music, but with a slightly different twist, to provide you with a unique concert experience.
It’s no secret that tribute band Beatlemania Now brought down the house last year, whipping the crowd into a frenzy. So, I’m happy to announce that this year you’ll get a double dose of the band, as they perform TWO sets to represent the full spectrum of Beatles’ music. The first set will feature material from the Fab Four’s early days, and the second will showcase the band’s later, more sophisticated work. The sights will be just as authentic as the sounds: you’ll see the band go from traditional matching suits, to the psychedelic outfits of the later period.
In between sets you’ll once again be treated to music that influenced the Beatles, provided by the best tribute acts in the business. I’m mixing things up a bit to provide a dynamic experience, so stay tuned for a slightly different lineup of talent. Of course, one thing will definitely remain the same: the inclusion of Little Richard. Thanks to your overwhelming reaction to his performance last year, I’m happy to announce that the multi-talented Garry Moore will once again channel the wild pianist with songs like “Tutti Frutti,” “Rip it Up,” “Lucille” and several numbers the Beatles covered, including “Long Tall Sally,” Good Golly Miss Molly.”
Remember to check back soon for more exciting changes as we get closer to the September 19 show at the Palace Theatre. And remember to click here to purchase your tickets now via the theatre’s online ticketing site, or by phoning the box office at 724-836-8000. And please follow my Facebook page for daily updates: https://www.facebook.com/PatDiCesareAuthor
Get ready! Beatlmania Now is coming to Pittsburgh soon!
Now, here’s the fabulous Garry Moore. Can you believe your eyes and ears?