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Imagine 'Remembering The Fab Four' plays in Auburn on June 15-16

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Imagine 'Remembering The Fab Four' is a classy Beatles tribute band that has been performing the legendary group's for more than 20 years.
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For the Reporter

The Beatles may not have been performing their legendary music for nearly 44 years, but it is far from gone from the world music scene.

Imagine "Remembering The Fab Four" – a classy Beatles tribute band that has been performing the group's music for more than 20 years – will perform at 7 p.m. June 15 and 2 p.m. June 16 at the Theatre at Auburn Mountainview, 28900 124th Ave. SE, Auburn.

Imagine has performed throughout the world, including at the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans, the first act to ever perform at the 20,000-seat USANA amphitheater in Salt Lake City and 21 performances at the Shanghai Music Festival in China.

The Beatles first performed as the group everyone remembers in 1962 when Ringo Starr joined the band and their first hit "Love Me Do" hit the United Kingdom charts. The group played their last live concert in 1969 but they left a musical legacy unlike any other band in history.

The lads in Imagine not only look much like the early Beatles but dress like them speak with convincing Liverpudlian accents and don costumes during the show that mimic different Beatles phases.

Opening for Imagine will be the local band, The Saltwater Saints, with more 1960s hit songs.

Tickets $10-$25 are available from Brown Paper Tickets, 800-838-3006 or at the door on the day of the concerts.

More information and sound clips can be found at greatwesternconcerts.org.

 

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