Beatles' Early Hits in 1964 The Tribute at Rosemont Theatre
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Two classic rock super-groups team up for The Soundtrack of Summer Tour, featuring former Eagles guitarist Don Felder as an opener. Known for their four consecutive multi-platinum albums featuring huge hits like "Come Sail Away," "Renegade," "Blue Collar Man," "Fooling Yourself" and "Too Much Time on My Hands," Styx also has two Super Bowl appearances and multiple chart-topping tours under their belt, with no end in sight. Foreigner also continues to play to sold-out houses, led by original band member, vocalist and lead guitarist Mick Jones -- who penned the famed power ballad "I Want to Know What Love Is." Their self-titled Foreigner disc spawned monster smashes still heard 'round the world today: "Feels Like the First Time," "Cold as Ice" and "Long, Long Way From Home." They followed that up with Top 30 tunes like "Juke Box Hero," "Urgent," "Head Games," "Say You Will" and more. Learn More
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1964 did a good job playing tribute to the Beatles. Good music and British humor.
Twenty years of research and performing have made the performers of _1964 _masters of their craft. 1964 has performed throughout the world, including to a sold-out crowd at Carnegie Hall. 1964 recreates an early ’60s live Beatles concert, with period instruments, clothing, hair styles, and on-stage banter. Beatle boots, vintage costumes and equipment, on-stage mannerisms and speaking voices, and the unmistakable harmonies of the lads from Liverpool make 1964 the most accurate and fun Beatles tribute to date.
1964 has been featured on such nationally televised programs as _ Entertainment Tonight, PM Magazine_, CNN, the USA Network and the Nashville Network. 1964 has toured around the world performing at major concert venues, festivals, colleges, corporate events, and conventions. Highlights include the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta and Philharmonic Hall in Liverpool, England. They were voted “Best Major Concert Act” and “Best Contemporary Act” by the readers of Campus Activities Today magazine. They were also voted “Contemporary Music Artists of the Year” by the National Association for Campus Activities and “Campus Entertainers of the Year” by the Canadian Association for Campus Activities.