The Beatle Boys will please, please, the Port Macquarie Glasshouse audience when they belt out 35 hits of the Fab Four

Twist and shout: The Beatle Boys return to Port Macquarie to shake it up baby Friday, January 12, at the Glasshouse, 8pm, tickets $60-$65.
Twist and shout: The Beatle Boys return to Port Macquarie to shake it up baby Friday, January 12, at the Glasshouse, 8pm, tickets $60-$65.

They came, they saw and they conquered at the 2016 Port Macquarie Beatles Festival, rocking the night away at Laurieton United Services Club and Panthers.

Sadly, there won’t be a Beatles festival here in 2018, so if you want to sing along to all your favourite hits from the mop top band that changed the music world forever, tonight’s concert is your chance.

The Beatle Boys have the look, the sound, the mannerisms and the music to take you back to the glory days when The Beatles ruled the charts. These lads belt out 35 hits including Help, A Hard Day’s Night, Can’t Buy Me Love, Love Me Do, She Loves You, Obla Di Obla Da, Please Please Me, Rock’n’Roll Music, Long Tall Sally, Twist and Shout, Be Bop a Lula.

Every classic Beatles song that ever made No.1 will ring out from the Glasshouse stage, with the same energy and unique sound like no other band. Nostalgia buffs will love the replica costumes worn by The Beatle Boys taking you back to the fab four’s magical concerts. 

The Beatles are hailed as the greatest rock ‘n’ roll band the world has known and no self respecting Baby Boomer would disagree. From the first twang of Love Me Do in 1962, to the mournful sounds of Let It Be which heralded the shattering breakup.  

Direct from a record-breaking national tour with the Australian Symphony Orchestra, premier Beatles tribute band The Beatle Boys bring all the huge hits back toin The Beatles Rock’n’Roll concert.

John Kater is Paul McCartney – He has played the role of Paul for 20 years - even longer than the band was together. By the age of four year he could name all of The Beatles and sing their songs, never imagining he step into the shoes of his idol decades later. 

Christopher Lee Frazer is John Lennon – He has a deep and ongoing respect for everything Beatles and Lennon, who has become such a large part of his life. 

Rod Auld is George Harrison – Rock'n'roll and a fascination with guitars inspired him to start playing guitar at age 10. Nando Pattinato is Ringo Starr – By the age of ten he could replicate all of Ringo's parts by ear and with perfect timing.

The No.1 hits together with rock ‘n’ roll classics are performed in a sensational two hour concert with full production quality sound, lighting and staging.

The Fab Beatle Boys impress with their deft grasp of the Fab Four’s entire span.

Music historian Glenn A Baker


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