THE FAB FOUR—THE ULTIMATE TRIBUTE 

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Help! The Beatles may be gone, but the legacy of the lads from Liverpool lives on through The Fab Four —The Ultimate Tribute band. Founded in 1997 by Ron McNeil—John Lennon impersonator and President of The Fab Four Corp—the group began performing Beatles music throughout southern California, playing local venues, honing their chops, and for Ardy Sarraf (Paul McCartney), learning to play the bass left-handed! 

 

This attention to detail—the band wears costumes from every era of Beatles music during their 90 minute show — and note-for-note, live renditions of the Beatle’s classics lead to that band to Las Vegas in 2005 and a second cast of musicians to help perform a full stage show six nights a week (“Eight Days a Week!”) at big venues such as The Riviera, The Aladdin, The Sahara and Las Vegas Hilton.

 

The band then went on to create their Emmy-winning PBS Special The Fab Four: The Ultimate Tribute in 2013 and have brought Beatles music to new and old fans alike the world over in Japan, Malaysia, France, Hong Kong, The United Kingdom, Germany, Australia, Mexico and Brazil, including the thirty-seventh anniversary of Beatles concerts at the Hollywood Bowl in 2003, headlining Liverpool's annual Beatleweek in 2004, 2008 and 2011, Ellen DeGeneres’ Really Big Show in 2007, to appearances on Good Morning America, Entertainment Tonight, and the Hallmark Channel.

With “The Fab Four - The Ultimate Tribute” on stage, you’ll hear record-perfect live performances of such classics as “Can’t Buy Me Love,” “Yesterday,” “A Day In The Life,” “Twist and Shout,” “Here Comes The Sun,” “Hey Jude” and many more.

THE SHOW

Get ready to travel back in time and the closest you can get to a real Beatles’ concert. The 90-minute show covers the Beatles entire popular career and begins with the band wearing those unforgettable suits and the mop tops that you first saw on the Ed Sullivan Show, and singing songs like “She Loves You” and “All My Loving.” Then on to Shea Stadium, Sgt. Pepper suits, and mustaches for songs like “With a Little Help from My Friends.” Finally travel to Abby Road with John Lennon's white suit, long hair, and round rimmed glasses and us doing “Get Back” and “Revolution.”  And the unforgettable songs, tongue-in-cheek banter, costumes, and music.