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The Fab Four





If you watched "The Linda McCartney Story" on CBS-TV or saw the trailer for the hit MGM movie "Heartbreakers" then you've already heard The Fab Four...and probably didn't know it! Chosen over hundreds of other sound-alike bands, The Fab Four entered Capitol Records studios in Hollywood March 2000 and to the delight and amazement of movie executives, the band faithfully recreated The Beatles hits I Want To Hold Your Hand, Please Please Me and Kansas City for the CBS biopic. Just six months later The Fab Four delivered again when MGM asked for an exact replica of The Beatles version of the song Money. It's their precise attention to detail that elevates The Fab Four far above every other Beatles tribute. With uncanny, note-perfect live renditions of Beatles' songs, The Fab Four will make you think you're watching the real thing and they do it all without any tapes, sequences or backing tracks! This incredible stage show includes three costume changes representing every era of The Beatles ever-changing career. Why else would the prestigious Hollywood Bowl ask The Fab Four to open their box office season not once, but twice. The Fab Four has the distinct privilege of being the only Beatles tribute to perform on the same bill with Beatles producer Sir George Martin at the Bowl's 1999 opening night gala. In May 2001, The Fab Four delighted 8,000 screaming fans by recreating The Beatles 1964 and '65 concerts, appearing on the same stage as John, Paul George and Ringo did. This loving tribute to The Beatles has amazed audiences around the world including Japan, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Mexico and Brazil. The Fab Four even performed before 60,000 fans packed into a football stadium in Buenos Aires. It seems everywhere they go, The Fab Four sell out! During three successful return engagements at the luxurious Las Vegas Hilton, The Fab Four were praised backstage by stars such as Saturday Night Live's, Dana Carvey; magician Penn Jillete; former Monkee Mickey Dolenz; Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits; comedian Paul Rodriguez; and Las Vegas #1 entertainer Danny Gans, among others. The Fab Four is the official band of K-EARTH 101 LA's Premier Oldies station and KLSX-FM's Breakfast with The Beatles #1 choice. Special appearances include the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery in Washington D.C.; The Beatles "Anthology" release party for Turner Home Video; Universal Studios City Walk Earth Day fest. The Fab Four has been seen on Entertainment Tonight, Extra, ABC-TV; CNN; NBC-TV; FOX; CBS-TV; KCAL-TV; and the KTLA Morning News.

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