The Fab Four: Celebrated Beatles Tribute Band in San Bernardino
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The last date listed for The Fab Four was Friday October 30, 2009 / 8:00pm.
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This is a wonderful time to be alive. If you love the Beatles, you can see them perform live. This cast of the Fab Four looked like, sang like and (note for note) played like the Beatles. They even had the Liverpool accents and made jokes and small talk from the stage in a manner that any Beatles fan would find reminiscent of the lads. They put on a remarkable show. Just like all good Jews make a once in a lifetime pilgrimage to Jerusalem, all true Beatles fans must see the Fab Four. And you could tell that the group were all enjoying themselves, enjoying each other, and enjoying the audiences excitement at the event.
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“The Fab Four will keep the spirit of The Beatles alive for generations to come.” —Louise Harrison (George Harrison’s sister)
“The best Beatle cover band in the world.” -K-EARTH 101
The Fab Four is a California-based tribute band paying homage to The Beatles. This tribute has brought the music of The Beatles to many places including Japan, Malaysia, France, Hong Kong, The United Kingdom, Germany, Mexico and Brazil. They have also been featured on many TV shows including Entertainment Tonight, Good Morning America and Ellen DeGeneres’ “ Really Big Show”. They performed at the Madame Tussaud’s Beatles wax figure unveiling when the figures were brought to Las Vegas from London for a short exhibit.