Bubble Do Beatles: St. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
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Featured review from Beth Sperber
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Lots of fun for both the kids (our group was ages 8-11, but there were plenty of "littler" ones rockin' in their seats, dancing in the aisles and up near the stage) and the adults. Great music, of course, good value, nice venue. And the people at Symphony Space couldn't have been nicer! Does "Bubble" do other concerts?
New York City pop-rockers Bubble have a special affinity for the Fab Four, and their Beatles tribute shows have been wowing audiences of all ages. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of what many consider the most influential rock album ever, Bubble takes on Sgt. Pepper in its entirety, complete with sitars, tablas, horns and strings.