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More than just the Beatles, this nostalgic musical retrospective spans the entire first wave of the British Invasion era, chock full of the groovy sights and sounds from BOTH sides of the Atlantic!
First, you my hear chart toppers by iconic British groups such as The Zombies, Dave Clark Five, The Rolling Stones, The Hollies, Herman’s Hermits, Gerry and the Pacemakers, Manfred Mann and many others. As bassist/vocalist Bobby M notes, “We’ve always had a large fan base because of the wide variety of music and nostalgic aspect of our show. But thanks to Beatles Rock Band and the Fab Four’s recent addition to iTunes, our performances are truly appealing to both young and the young at heart.”
The American Response follows, with the biggest hits by legendary artists like The Monkees, Simon & Garfunkel, The Beach Boys, The Mamas and The Papas, The Turtles, Paul Revere & The Raiders, to name just a few.
This journey through the 1960s concludes with an extraordinary finale with songs from the four lads that started it all– The Beatles! “When we came up with the idea for a finale, we posed the question, ‘What if the Beatles had to perform their music today only as the four-piece band they were?’”, explains guitarist Lee Scott Howard. The result by this “Fab Foursome” is truly astounding.
The group has shared the stage with legendary artists such as The Beach Boys, Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band, Leon Russell, and many, many more.
Celebrate the Groovy Generation with The British Invasion Years!
Live & session musicians Bobby M (Bass) and Lee Scott Howard (Guitar) credit seeing The Beatles’ debut on Ed Sullivan with setting them both on the road to becoming full-time musicians. Decades later, their common career paths would finally merge…
One night, after collaborating on another project, these best of friends developed the concept of an exciting, unique concert experience, meticulously recreating all the amazing hit songs they grew up listening to, complete with period accurate outfits and multimedia.
In that moment, the foundation for The British Invasion Years was forged…
Seasoned keyboardist/guitarist Jon Wolf had caught wind of their idea and wanted in. He dropped “subtle hints” at sessions, like randomly playing pieces of The Beatles’ Abbey Road medley. Well, Jon’s plan worked and he was immediately brought on board.
When the band was searching for a drummer, Bobby’s longtime friend Dave Hall just happened to be available at the right time. So he enthusiastically answered the call. With the lineup now complete, the “Four Boys Making All That Noise” launched its musical “invasion”!