I would wager The Beatles would have a publicist on board the team tweeting, snapchatting, and instagramming away, Paul McCartney seems active on social media. Ask them yourself (well at least ask the fellows who look and sound a lot like them) “Hey Jude, The Tribute” take their characters seriously and will answer any and all questions as if they are the real John, Paul, Ringo and George. These guys look and sound just like the fab four and emulate them live. This is your chance to enjoy a live version of a Beatles Concert, up close and personal in Long Lake, NY Adirondacks, USA.
The Town of Long Lake announces Hey Jude The Tribute in concert on Saturday, March 5, 2016 at 7:30pm at the Long Lake Town Hall located at 1204 Main Street, NYS Route 30 in Long Lake, NY. Hey Jude the will perform a live concert that is a virtual musical history tour through the entire ten year career of The Beatles.
The band performs the songs down to the note, with authentic costumes and instruments and fan favorite songs. Advance Tickets are on sale by the Town of Long Lake for $12 and $15 at the door. Tickets can be purchased by mail by sending check or money order payable to The Town of Long Lake, PO Box 496, Long Lake, NY 12847. This is a general admission concert, doors open at 7:00pm.
Upstate New York’s first and fab four most fun tribute to the Beatles, the concert will feature many of the Beatles best sing-along tunes and energetic danceable early era hit singles. All material is performed with authentic costumes, musical gear, stage banter and mannerism.
What is your favorite Beatles Album, favorite song? Where were you when the Beatles decided to break up? Were you even born yet?
Tom Raider portrays John Lennon and has spearheaded the Hey Jude The Tribute as a labor of love. The band has been performing in the Capital Region for approximately two and a half years. Band members include Tom Raider as John Lennon, Brad Jarvis as Paul McCartney, Rick Bedrosian as George Harrison, Don Ackerman as Ringo Star and the fifth Beatle, keyboardist Rich Coogan.
The band are fans of the Beatles’ entire musical spectrum ranging from the early Sullivan years to the famous Abbey Road. The concerts replicate the unique look and sound of the Beatles’ from the costumes, mop top haircuts and imported Liverpool Boots to the Rickenbacker, Gretsh, Hofner and Epiphone guitars, Vox amps and Ludwig drums, perfecting every detail of the show.
The Town of Long Lake will provide a local shuttle bus service to and from homes, lodgings and restaurants within the town limits from 5pm until Midnight to anyone interested in dining out at an area restaurant or going out after the show. Leave the car and let The Town of Long Lake do the driving.
For more information about the upcoming show, dining and lodging on Saturday, March 5th contact 518-624-3077, mylonglake.com or on facebook.com/mylonglake.
This project is partially funded through the Decentralization Regrant Program. Decentralization Grants are made possible with funds from the NY State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the NY State Legislature.