The Fab Fourever to perform

It’s Twist and Shout time again for fans of the Beatles. The Fab Fourever, billed as Canada’s No. 1 Beatles Tribute Band, performs live on Saturday at Red Deer’s Memorial Centre.

It’s Twist and Shout time again for fans of the Beatles.

The Fab Fourever, billed as Canada’s No. 1 Beatles Tribute Band, performs live on Saturday at Red Deer’s Memorial Centre.

The band promises to transport audience members back to the groovy 1960s, when the Beatles made their spectacular pop music trajectory from the Cavern Club in Liverpool to The Ed Sullivan Show and New York City’s Shea Stadium.

It was a time when the Beatles laid the musical soundtrack for a generation with such tunes as All You Need is Love, Yesterday, Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds and Hey Jude.

This “complete Beatles experience” will be delivered by four musicians who are confident enough to step into the giant shoes of the iconic band members.

Rhythm guitarist Kevin Davey performs as John Lennon, bassist Jody Tennant is Paul McCartney, Jean-Luc Perron is lead guitarist George Harrison, and Paul Kaszonyias is drummer Ringo Starr.

The cast is described as being “full of that witty humour and undeniable charisma” that creates a passionate on-stage energy that’s rarely seen in bands.

The tribute group will perform all the memorable hits, from when the Fab Four first invaded America, right through to their final albums, Abbey Road and Let It Be.

Fans of the Beatles are invited to “let their hair down” and enjoy The Fab Fourever.

Tickets to the 8 p.m. show are $41.85 from the Black Knight Ticket Centre.

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