While many lesser known groups have attempted to emulate the Beatles, you won't have to squint your eyes at a Return concert to travel back in time. In fact, you just might believe it's 1964 and you're sitting in the original CBS Ed Sullivan Theatre or even Shea Stadium.
Besides an uncanny resemblance, each member has to his original counterpart: the peculiar stance Lennon took in front of a microphone, the way Harrison strapped on his Gretsch Country Gentleman guitar, the famous head bounce Ringo kept time with, and even a left handed McCartney on an original Hofner violin bass. The Return brings exceptional musical and vocal skills to each performance.
The look and sound of the group is so impressive that shows are selling out everywhere they perform. Even the hysteria of screaming girls is as deafening as it was during the height of "Beatlemania."
Every detail from The Beatles' early live performance years has been studied and carefully recreated. From the mop-top haircuts and English tailored suits, to the actual instruments and stage equipment, The Return's authenticity gives new audiences and many older fans a performance unlike any they have ever witnessed.
The Return, recognized as one of the premier Beatles tribute bands in America, currently contains the youngest lineup of superb musicians paying tribute to the legendary group. They are considered by many critics to be the most realistic cast paying tribute to the "Fab Four." So realistic, in fact, that The Return, gaining national recognition, was invited to appear on the ABC network television show Good Morning America.
With the recent success of The Beatles' "1" CD creating a new wave of "Beatlemania," The Return gives audiences a chance to experience the phenomenon live.Live in concert for one night only - Monday - March 27, 2006. Doors & Buffet open at 6:00 p.m. and the concert begins at 7:30 p.m.
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