Sound of the 60's
17th August 2012
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On Thursday 13 September at 7.45pm The Upbeat Beatles are bringing their powerful sound and relentless energy to rock The Brewhouse stage. The Upbeat Beatles are no ordinary tribute band. Each member has an impressive history in the music business, none more impressive than John Wilson (Macca) who has links to the original foursome and even Sir Cliff Richard. Wilson was the lead singer and writer for The Dodgers, featured in Willy and the Poor Boys alongside Ringo Starr and has written songs for numerous musicians. Roger Channing (John) was lead singer of the international band Hot Stuff and Colin Yates (George) and Paul Jarret (Ringo) are arguably the best touring George and Ringo in the country. An evening with The Upbeat Beatles transports audiences back to the 60’s and creates an atmosphere in which to relive the excitement and energy of the decade. No tricks, no gadgets and no backing tracks, The Upbeat Beatles use their own powerhouse vocals and musical talent to recreate the authentic Beatles sound. Performing classic Beatles songs such as Yesterday, Hard Days Night, Let it Be, Can’t Buy Me Love and Hey Jude, a night with The Upbeat Beatles is perfect for any fan of the original Fab Four. The band uses only the basic equipment, instead relying on their own talent to create the ultimate Beatles sound. This means no time is wasted in adjusting instruments making sure the show is two hours of pure Beatles energy and entertainment. Since their formation in 1997, The Upbeat Beatles have been in high demand. Their reputation for detail and authenticity has taken them around the world performing to thrilled audiences. These audiences have included the Jordanian Royal Family, the Prime Minister of China, Hollywood actor Michael Douglas and, most recently, the Lord Mayor of London. Tickets range from £14 - £17 For more information on the show and to book tickets please contact The Brewhouse Box Office on 01823 283244 or visit
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