’Beatlemania Now’ to Benefit Local Fire Department

Don’t miss this live onstage tribute to The Beatles at High Point Regional High School on Friday Nov. 15 sponsored by Sussex Fire Department. Proceeds from the benefit concert will help the department with member training, operating expenses and education programs.

Beatlemania was originally produced on Broadway with four look-alike, sound-alike, professional musicians who perfectly capture the spirit and energy of the Fab Four.

The show takes the audience through a five-year period from 1964 to 1969. The members of the cast make many costume changes, and play 15 different guitars. The drum kit is a Ludwig Black Pearl, identical to the one Ringo used; Paul’s guitar is a left-handed Rickenbacker 4001S violin bass; George has both the Epiphone Casino and the Gibson, the exact guitars used throughout 1966.

This attention to detail ensures a note- for-note reproduction quality that has delighted hard-core Beatles fans and regular music lovers alike. The quartet perform up to 30 classic hits starting with songs from the early Ed Sullivan days; moving into the Sergeant Pepper album, and ending up at Abbey Road. A must see and hear for all Beatles fans.


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