Paul, John, Ringo and George may have disbanded the Beatles nearly a half century ago, but the magic and memories evoked by their music linger on.
And it will definitely be resonating in a big way on Sept. 8 at the Newberry Opera House when The Fab Four takes stage to transport the audience back to the 1960s with Beatles favorites and taste of what it might have been like to watch the Beatles live during their heyday.
“Other than playing the songs, we try to give our audience members a visual window into what it might’ve been like to see the Beatles perform live,” said Gavin Pring, who plays the role of George Harrison for The Fab Four. “To some, it’s reliving a memory. To others (too young to have seen the original lads), it’s a moment of what It might’ve been like to see the Beatles live.”
Source: By Lezlie Patterson/The State