"I've Got A Feeling" it won't be a "A Hard Day's Night" On February 5 with classic Beatles performances

Keith Putney Productions presents "The Beatles at the Movies: Songs from "A Hard Day's Night" and "Let It Be" as the next in the series of live concerts at the Grammy Museum celebrating the Beatles performed by an all-star cast for two shows on February 5.

Some 58 years after the Beatles debut on the Ed Sullivan Show, "A Hard Day's Night" remains how many of us defined the personalities of the Beatles. "One of the greatest life-affirming landmarks of the movies," opined critic Roger Ebert.

This album is the only album with all 13 songs written by Lennon & McCartney.

For decades, musicians have followed the template created by "A Hard Day's Night," "I Should Have Known Better," "Tell Me Why," "And I Love Her," and the albums other great hits.

With "Let It Be," the Beatles got back to playing live music, and "I've Got A Feeling," "Get Back," and all the other great songs will indeed be performed at this live show.

The cast of all-star musicians include: Badfinger's Joey Molland ("No Matter What" and "Baby Blue"), Laurence Juber (Paul McCartney & Wings), Ron Dante ("Sugar Sugar"), Jerry Raney (The Beat Farmers), John Jorgenson (Desert Rose Band/Elton John Band), Bill Cinque, Christopher Allis, Cara Lee, and Musical Director, Jeff Alan Ross.

To buy tickets to the 2:30 pm or 7:00 pm show, go to: http://www.keithputneyproductions.com


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