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With their tight harmonies, flawless note for note renditions of Beatles hits, custom–tailored costumes, vintage instruments, Liverpudlian dialect and precise attention to every detail, Abbey Road has honed their show to become one of the most musically and visually satisfying Beatle tribute acts in the world. Abbey Road recreates the magic, music, wit and charm of the Beatles, including the Fab Four’s cheeky personalities, familiar onstage banter and patter between songs.Three costume changes cover the full range of the Beatle experience and beyond, with authentic early black Beatle suits, Sgt. Pepper’s regalia and Abbey Road attire. Hear the piccolo trumpet solo on Penny Lane and the full orchestration of A Day in the Life. Relive the emotional intensity of Paul’s moving Yesterday solo, as well as the high energy of stadium songs like Twist and Shout and other Beatle hits.
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Chris Vandahl as Steven Tyler
Chris has performed all over the USA with Legends in Concert to many SOLD OUT shows playing the part of Steven Tyler! Chris is truly a professional, previously singing for Cherry Street, Boneyard, and also LA Guns on their "American Hardcore" CD. Not to mention working with Kenny Olsen of Kid Rock. And guess what, he looks so much like Steven Tyler, you would think he was Steven's son!
Frankie Wilsey as Joe Perry
Frankie is an amazing player, he really has the rock & blues in his soul needed to play the part of Joe Perry. Frankie looks so much like Joe Perry, he was mistaken for being Joe Perry by George Lopez at LAX airport. George asked Frankie to come on his show, thinking he was Joe Perry! Frankie is a former member of Head On, The Sea Hags, and RATT frontman, Steven Pearcy's band Arcade. The Sea Hags were signed to Chrysalis Records. Frankie has many years studio and touring experience and is also currently doing session work along with touring with Aeromyth.
Neal Shelton as Brad Whitford
Neal has been performing on stages nationwide since a teenager. Neal has played guitar in many successful bands including Painkiller, "Judas Priest Tribute," Pyromania, "Def Leppard Tribute" and his original band, Black Triangle. Neal's original song, "NO WAY OUT" from the Black Triangle CD was used on NBC's "THE PRETENDER" on the 1999 season finale episode. Neal appeared on AXS TV's "The Worlds Greatest Tribute Bands" performing in Pyromania in Sept, 2014. You can see Neal on the Nov 25th, 2014 STORAGE WARS episode entitled The Emperor of El Monte on the A&E channel. Neal perform's his original song, Socially Unacceptable and evaluate's 2 guitars for Jarrod and Brandi! This episode seems to keep re-running over and over!
Neal is currently endorsed by Dean guitars. http://www.deanguitars.com/nealshelton.php
Tony Cavazo as Tom Hamilton
Tony formed Snow w brother Carlos Cavazo of Quiet Riot & Ratt. He performed on the LA scene from 1976 to 1981 recorded 1 EP. 1981 joined Dangerface and recorded 1 EP. 1983 co-wrote Metal Health and recorded on the album for Quiet Riot performed w Kevin Dubrow in his band Dubrow. 1984 formed Hurricane with Robert Sarzo, recorded 3 albums and toured extensively. Hurricane disbanded in 1991 and he moved to Memphis TN and studied classical guitar and performed w local talent. He returned to So Cal in 2002 and performed in many acts including Sacred Cowboys and Barnyard Cocks. And recorded albums w each. Tony Currently plays w several bands in the SoCal area including New versions of Snow and Hurricane as well as AEROMYTH!
Joey Grillo as Joey Kramer
Drummer, Singer, Songwriter and Entertainer with the ability to incorporate Guitar, Piano and Harmonica into his performance. Born and raised in Southern California, at the age of 10 years old Joey started playing drums. By the early 80’s, he was performing up and down Hollywood’s Sunset Strip. As a strong singing drummer, he took the next step to front man vocalist, for many touring bands. Recognized by Rolling Stone magazine with a feature story, March 1997. In 2005, Joey performed as Roger Daltrey in a tribute to The Who in the Musical Rock Opera “QUAD”, produced by Bill Aucoin. In 2008 Joey opened “Wall of Sound Studios” in Southern California followed by a second location in Las Vegas. This gave him the opportunity to share his love and passion for the music industry with others. Joey can also be seen performing throughout the country with his act, Rebel Soul. As we move into current times Joey has returned to his original passion and is happy to be drumming for Aeromyth, paying tribute to one of his favorite rock acts of all time, Aerosmith!
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Enjoy a great Sunday afternoon with friends, musicians, food, drinks, dancing & music with Jerri Arnold. Sign up to Jam at this non profit event.
The Bakersfield Country Music Museum continues to provide displays for area sites that promote and enhance Bakersfield great Country Music Heritage with quarterly fundraisers. Want to contribute more, raffle prize tickets will be available.
Live Classic Rock Concert
Playing the very best of both the Bon Scott and Brian Johnson eras, BONFIRE delivers the true sounds of AC/DC and a total visual experience, with authentic AC/DC instruments and the right amplification for authentic tonal sonic quality. Featuring a fully outfitted Angus Young act with Donnie B. in the proper schoolboy suit, the band’s head-bobbin', hair flyin’, duck-walkin', and note-for-note guitar abilities all blast through their energetic stage show!
Let there be Rock!
Members of BONFIRE’s line-up are masters of their craft, with years of experience immersing themselves in a sound that is as close to the real AC/DC as possible.
BONFIRE has entertained at festivals, large music venues, and private events alike. Many of their loyal fans travel over 200 miles to follow the band. BONFIRE is dedicated to presenting a high-quality show, drawing your patrons in to experience something much more exciting and unique than just another local cover band—setting your event apart from the rest!
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We all know the words and we’ve all belted them at the top of our lungs at a bar, party or wedding reception. Sometimes considered rock’s most perfect song, Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’” was released in 1981 as a single from the band’s wildly successful album, Escape. Now, Journey tribute band, Escape, takes the album, as well as the band’s legacy, and brings them to life.
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Original touring keyboardist for Stryper 1985-86 tours and current “frontman” for the tribute show “Kenny Metcalf as Elton”. Kenny Metcalf as Elton & The Early Years Band.. more than just a tribute, “a show”, were hand picked to be featured on Mark Cuban and Ryan Seacrest’s network AXS TV show “THE WORLD’S GREATEST TRIBUTE BANDS.” Season 1 Episode 5 April 15, 2013. They wowed a national audience ( 39 million ) during their live to air performance at The Roxy in Hollywood, California, with special guest appearance from Caleb Quaye. KMAE are known for performing a technically accurate Vegas style production, featuring the wildly popular music, costumes and antics of Elton John. They were invited back for a second LIVE AXSTV broadcast for a 90 minute special to 50 million viewers SEPT 30, 2014 on season 4. They are the only Elton John tribute to carry the backing/endorsement of Mark Cuban, Ryan Seacrest, AXS TV network, AEG, Katie Daryl ( host of The Worlds Greatest Tribute Bands ), and Elton’s original producer and original lead guitarist “Caleb Quaye”. “Being on AXS TV’s (The Worlds Greatest Tribute Bands) made us a National touring act. It gave us the credibility of a national TV networks name behind us. That instantly separated us from every other EJ tribute out there.” – Kenny Metcalf 2015 –
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Born and raised in Texas, Terry grew up in Lampasas, a small ranching community about seventy miles northwest of Austin. After receiving a guitar for his ninth birthday from his father it wasn’t long before Terry was playing in local bands and spending summers on the road with his dad, the late Dale McBride, who was a recording artist with several Billboard charted singles in the late 70’s. After high school, Terry traveled and toured as part of his father’s band for three years before moving to Austin. Terry became a sought after bass player in the local music scene and spent the next few years playing with Texas artists Lee Roy Parnell, Bill Carter and the Blame, Jimmy Dale Gilmore, Johnny Duncan, Rosie Flores and a two year stint with Delbert McClinton.
In 1989, Terry travelled to Nashville and the songs he had been writing found their way to MCA President Tony Brown, who would later go on to sign Terry to a recording contract with the label. Terry's group, McBride & The Ride, recorded four albums for MCA, racking up several top five singles over the next few years, including "Sacred Ground" a #1 Single in 1992. McBride also received two million airplay awards for his writing credits for "Just One Night" and "Going Out of my Mind." McBride & The Ride received CMA and ACM Nominations for Vocal Group of the Year before eventually disbanding in 1995.
After McBride & the Ride disbanded, Terry began to focus most of his attention on songwriting, and through the years since has had songs cut by other artists such as Garth Brooks, George Strait, Reba McEntire, Hank Williams Jr., Ronnie Dunn, Kix Brooks, Alan Jackson, Trace Adkins, Easton Corbin, Lost Frequencies, Kenny Rogers, John Anderson, Cole Swindell, Jim Lauderdale, Chase Bryant, Clare Dunn, Ricky Van Shelton, Jack Ingram, George Ducas, David Ball, Casey James, Wade Hayes, Gretchen Wilson, Andy Griggs, Jedd Hughes, Jason Michael Carroll, James Otto, Gord Bamford, Emerson Drive and Rosie Flores. In 2004 Terry co-wrote American Idol finalist Josh Gracin’s top five single “Stay With Me/Brass Bed”. He followed that up by co-writing “Play Something Country” with Ronnie Dunn, which was the fastest rising single of Brooks and Dunn’s career and was also the final #1 song for the award winning duo. Terry has had over 25 songs recorded by Brooks & Dunn, which led to 13 singles and 12 BMI million air awards.
Terry’s current single Release Boots Off is currently at #46 on the Billboard Country Indicator Chart.
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The Long Run was formed in 1999 in Los Angeles by a group of well-rounded professional musicians with a love of harmony and a deep respect for one of the greatest rock bands of all time. After months of painstaking preparation rehearsing a long list of The Eagles' chart-topping hits, The Long Run set out to win over audiences across the USA. The strategy was to provide authentic live performances.
They quickly became regarded as the finest Eagles tribute band in the country by consistently delivering the lush harmonies and rich instrumental arrangements that made The Eagles an unforgettable part of rock history. The Long Run continues to successfully blend the classic Eagles sound into their own genuine live performance style, delighting audiences young and old with faithful recreations of some of the best music ever written.