Strawberry Fields: A Tribute to The Beatles at B.B. King's
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Singer-keyboardist Brian Mitchell has recorded and performed with everyone from Bob Dylan and B.B. King to Levon Helm, Allen Toussaint, Dolly Parton, Al Green and even former President Bill Clinton. The native New Yorker has also released two albums of his own material, creating a unique sound that mixes gutbucket blues, funky New Orleans-style R&B, quirky Latin rhythms and a bit of the avant-garde. Whether on keyboard, organ, accordion, piano or vocals, Mitchell's an extraordinary performer who has played all over late-night TV, at prestigious music festivals and at top venues across the country and around the world. Learn More
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You don't have to be a Beatles fan (who isn't) to enjoy this show, but it helps! The fab four (comprised of the original Beatlemania crew, four very excellent musicians in their own right) take you through a magical mystery nostalgia tour full of authentic sounding harmonies, Sgt. Pepper costumes and, it needs to be said, lots of hair (although John's do resembled more early Streisand than late John), peppered w/ Beatles-like often clever repartee! It's karaoke, singalong time, and, mercifully, there are no Yoko sightings although, acoustically, bbking's would be up to the challenge.... BBKing's is the perfect accompaniment for birthdays and Beatles. It's all good: menu, service, prices. All you need is love.
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February 8, 2014: Strawberry Fields celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' first TV appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show by re-creating all the songs The Beatles performed on Sullivan's stage.