Culver City Observer -

By Steven Lieberman
Observer reporter 

Fab Four Will Not Disappoint

Gordon Lightfoot will follow on Saturday

 

April 19, 2018



Two concerts that you don't want to miss are landing at The Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills.

Fab Four

This Friday April 27, The Fab Four, will take the stage.

If you close your eyes and listen to The Fab Four sing a Beatles song, you will think that the boys from Liverpool had transported themselves back from the '60's. That's how accurate and authentic their sound is – arguably the world's best Beatles tribute band.

They will even bring along their own "Ed Sullivan" to introduce and interact with the band. He is like Ed McMahon was to Johnny Carson – trading jokes with the band at different intervals during the performance.

When you open your eyes, you will see four lads on stage that closely resemble the Beatles – John (Ron McNeil - band founder), Paul (Andy Sarraf), George (Gavin Pring), and Ringo (Erik Fidel).

The show will include three costume changes representing every era of the Beatles career, including their Sgt. Pepper "uniforms" and John all decked out in white singing "Imagine." Even when the band members chat in-between songs with the audience, they sound like the Beatles.

Each song they will play will not disappoint. Especially one of their anthems, the song "A Day In The Life" which seems to put the crowd in a very good mood. Everybody will have a smile on their face. Other notable songs they sing are "Hard Day's Night," "Something," "Twist And Shout," "Here Comes The Sun," and "I Want To Hold Your Hand," among many other great hits.

Gordon Lightfoot

Then, on Saturday April 28, the esteemed Canadian folk-music legend Gordon Lightfoot, with 50 years in the music business, will be treating his adoring fans to his poetic songwriting and vocal excellence. He resides with some very exclusive company atop the list of all-time greats having recorded 20 albums with five Grammy nominations.

His songs, airing regularly for 50 years, have earned him Radio Singles Chart Positions in North America achieved by few others. His radio hits in the USA have earned five #1's, five Top 10's and thirteen Top 40's, while in Canada he has gathered up sixteen #1's, eighteen Top 10's and twenty-one Top 40 hits.

His song catalog is famous and includes such immortal gems as "Early Morning Rain," "If You Could Read My Mind, "Carefree Highway," "Sundown," and his anthem "The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald," among many others.

 

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