Delray Beach revives “Beatlemania” in a festival of tribute bands

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Delray Beach revives "Beatlemania" in a festival of tribute bands General view of an exhibition commemorating the Liverpool quartet "The Beatles" on Sunday, December 21, 2014, in Mexico City. EFE / Archive

 Miami (EFEUSA) .- The peaceful town of Delray Beach, in southeastern Florida, hosts an international festival dedicated to The Beatles from Friday, with more than a hundred tribute bands participating in the “four of Liverpool”.

Until next Sunday, music will converge in more than 18 venues in this city, located about 90 kilometers north of Miami, as well as talks and even a display of Volkswagen cars beetle models in this four-day event organized by the concert promoter and The Beatles lover Daniel Hartwell.

“It’s four fabulous days of fun and sunshine,” Hartwell told local Sun Sentinel, in a play on words with “The Fab Four,” the nickname for what is considered to be the most influential rock band in the world. the history.

Author of the fiction “Saint John Lennon”, Hartwell devised this festival in Delray Beach during the promotion tour of the publication, convinced that the city was the ideal place for a celebration in honor of the quartet.

The festival has started the afternoon of this Thursday with a series of musical performances by tribute bands such as Beat and Shout, Norwegian Beatles, Across The Universe and the well-known The Edgar Winter Band.

It is part of the event and played the four dates Estefy Lennon, the popular Argentine band composed only of women who pay tribute to John Lennon, guitarists, singer and one of the parts of the creative binomial Lennon-McCartney.

The Friday morning session, called “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”, as well as the famous song written by George Harrison, will include a talk with Tony Bramwell, former executive director of Apple Records and producer of the film “Strawberry Fields Forever”, who will speak about what it was like to work with the group.

On Saturday, yoga and a sand sculpture competition will precede the world premiere at the Crest Theater of “Mersey Boys: A Letter from Al Moran”, the fiction short film featuring the Beatles in a hypothetical encounter with a professor of USA.

The Cornell Art Museum will host an art exhibition featuring Lennon, Paul McCarteny, Harrison and Ringo Starr as the center of attention. Delray Beach revives “Beatlemania” at a festival of tribute bands

Pressing, counts the download Miami, Apr 25 (EFEUSA) .- The peaceful town of Delray Beach, in southeastern Florida, is hosting since Friday an international festival dedicated to The Beatles and which will involve more than a hundred bands tribute to the “four of Liverpool”.
Until next Sunday, music will converge in more than 18 venues in this city, located about 90 kilometers north of Miami, as well as talks and even a display of Volkswagen cars beetle models in this four-day event organized by the concert promoter and The Beatles lover Daniel Hartwell.
“It’s four fabulous days of fun and sunshine,” Hartwell told local Sun Sentinel, in a play on words with “The Fab Four,” the nickname for what is considered to be the most influential rock band in the world. the history.
Author of the fiction “Saint John Lennon”, Hartwell devised this festival in Delray Beach during the promotion tour of the publication, convinced that the city was the ideal place for a celebration in honor of the quartet.
The festival has started the afternoon of this Thursday with a series of musical performances by tribute bands such as Beat and Shout, Norwegian Beatles, Across The Universe and the well-known The Edgar Winter Band.
It is part of the event and played the four dates Estefy Lennon, the popular Argentine band composed only of women who pay tribute to John Lennon, guitarists, singer and one of the parts of the creative binomial Lennon-McCartney.
The Friday morning session, called “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”, as well as the famous song written by George Harrison, will include a talk with Tony Bramwell, former executive director of Apple Records and producer of the film “Strawberry Fields Forever”, who will speak about what it was like to work with the group.
On Saturday, yoga and a sand sculpture competition will precede the world premiere at the Crest Theater of “Mersey Boys: A Letter from Al Moran”, the fiction short film featuring the Beatles in a hypothetical encounter with a professor of USA.
The Cornell Art Museum will host an art exhibition with Lennon, Paul McCarteny, Harrison and Ringo Starr as the center of attention.

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