The Beatles Tribute Cruise 2011

Plenty Of Time To Plan A Fun Cruise With Friends Of The Beatles
 
Joe Johnson is your host of the nationally acclaimed Radio program, Beatle Brunch, currently in its nineteenth season.  Over the course of this time Joe’s interviewed Paul and Ringo on many occasions, as well as Olivia, Cynthia and Yoko including numerous close friends of The Beatles.  Every week on the show, you'll hear classic interview clips from the days of Beatlemania, plus the most up to date information on what The Beatles are doing today.  With his latest project, The Beatle Brunch Club, Joe reminds all its members to Live The Culture in the coolest community of Beatles fans in the world.  His Beatle Brunch entourage of celebrities are performing for Cruise Planners-Music In M’Ocean’s Beatles Tribute Cruise, March 5th, 2011 and he personally extends an invitation for you to join all the special guests on The Eight Days A Week Beatles Cruise of the Eastern Caribbean.

Laurence Juber is a two-time Grammy award-winning fingerstyle acoustic guitarist, also known for his electric work as lead guitarist in Paul McCartney's Wings. Juber has released 14 critically acclaimed solo albums which feature his celebrated arrangements of popular tunes and genre-crossing compositions.  His latest release  'Wooden Horses', is loaded with groove-driven originals shaded in jazz, blues, rock and folk flavors. He was voted "Guitarist of the Year" by the readers of Fingerstyle Guitar Magazine and named one of the top acoustic guitar players of all time by Acoustic Guitar Magazine.  A dynamic, entertaining performer and an accomplished clinician, LJ brings his passion for the guitar to venues around the world, creating a multifaceted performance that belies the use of only one instrument. 

"At the heart of LJ's sound and style breathes a near-flawless technique where a fiercely emotional underbelly, alternate tunings, and keen sense of melody and rhythm coalesce into something uniquely his own......you don't have to be a solo-happy guitar worshipper to appreciate his talents."-  Inland Empire Weekly   www.laurencejuber.com
 

One of TV and radio personality, Tony Perkins’, earliest memories was seeing The Beatles on "The Ed Sullivan Show" as a toddler.  He has been a fan ever since.  Tony was the weatherman and feature reporter for ABC'S "Good Morning America" from 1999 to 2005.  During that time he became known to Beatles' fans nationwide for his interviews with Ringo Starr, Olivia Harrison, Yoko Ono, and many others.  As the GMA's best-known pop music aficionado, he presented highly regarded pieces on George Harrison's passing, the twentieth anniversary of John Lennon's passing, the re-emergence of Ringo, "Let it Be.....Naked", and many other topics.  In addition to this, Tony has appeared often at "The Fest for Beatles Fans" as a panelist and interviewer.

During this Eight Day’s A Week, Beatles Tribute Cruise, Tony will show excerpts of his interviews with Ringo Starr, and will further talk about his interactions with Ringo, Paul McCartney, Olivia Harrison, Yoko, various members of Wings, and many others.

Tony’s currently a morning anchor and weather personality for "Fox Morning News" in Washington, D.C.  He has been writing a book about The Beatles for the last 20 years, and will probably never finish it.   http://www.myfoxdc.com/dpp/about_us/personalities/Tony_Perkins

 
Tony Bramwell’s remarkable life began in a postwar Liverpool suburb, where he was childhood friends with three of the Beatles long before they were famous.  And by the time he caught up with George Harrison on the top of a bus going to check out “The Beatles, Direct from Hamburg” – one of whom turned out to be George – Tony was well on his way to staying by them for every step of their meteoric rise.  If anything needed taking care of, Tony Bramwell was the man the Beatles called, the man they knew they could trust.  

From developing the first Beatle music videos to heading Apple Films, and from riding bikes and trading records with George Harrison to working and partying with everyone from the Beatles to Hendrix, Ray Charles, and The Who, Tony’s life really did (and does) encompass a who’s who of rock.
 
He offers fresh insights into the Beatles’ childhoods and families, their early recordings and songwriting, the politics at Apple, and Yoko’s pursuit of John and her growing influence over the Beatles’ lives.  He knows of the mysterious Shea Stadium concert footage, John Lennon’s late-night “escapes” and more.  >From the Cavern Club to the rooftop concert, from the first number one to the last, and from scraps of song lyrics to the discovery of the famous Mr. Kite circus poster, Tony Bramwell really did see it all.
 
Conversational, direct, and honest, the ultimate Beatles insider finally shares his own version of the frantic and glorious ascent of four boys from Liverpool lads to rock-and-roll kings.
 
After the Beatles split he became the U.K.’s first independent record promoter, representing artists such as Bruce Springsteen and coordinating and promoting the music for many films, including Harry Saltzmann’s James Bond movies (among them Paul McCartney’s “Live and let Die”), Chariots of Fire, Dirty Dancing, and Ghost.
 
Beatles Artist, Shannon has become as familiar as the internationally recognized celebrities she showcases in her exquisite paintings. Inspired by the contributions of her subjects to the movie and music industries, as well as the worlds of sports and politics, Shannon has an extraordinary ability to capture the distinct energy and spirit of each of her subjects and to reflect these unmistakable qualities through her wonderfully vivid creations. Combined with a tremendous flair for originality and daring expression, Shannon possess an uncanny ability to express the grace, dignity, strength, and intensity which have elevated her subjects to positions of irrefutable recognition and prestige. Beatle Brunch is very proud to highlight her gicle entitled, “A Hard Day’s Night / The Album” (Paul McCartney) as a featured prize that will be awarded to one very lucky Beatle Brunch Club member.  Check out all the latest adventures of Shannon by visiting her website, www.theshannongallery.com
 



Yesterday
-A Tribute To The Beatles was founded by John Lennon impersonation artist, Don Bellezzo.  The band tours not only in the U.S., but Internationally … Japan, Canada, The Philippines, Hong Kong, Bahamas, Mexico and United States military bases throughout the world.  These top-notch entertainers performed on five continents to sell out audiences and are frequently featured on Radio and Television … NBC, CBS, and ABC, Dick Clark’s “Your Big Break” and Ed McMahon’s “Star Search.”  Rolling Stone Magazine featured and reviewed them as one of the finest Beatles tribute bands.  They were invited to perform by the U.S. Postal Service’s unveiling of the “Yellow Submarine” Postage Stamp and at the prestigious Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.
 
As the resident Beatles Tribute Show Band for “Legends in Concert,” the world’s premier and longest running tribute show, Yesterday performs at the Flamingo Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada and Legends Family Theater in Branson, Missouri.
 
Joining forces with Producer, Barbara McKeown and Yesterday Productions, Yesterday’s most popular show, ‘The British Are Coming!’  was created in the summer of 2006 depicting the Beatles LIVE USA performances. This show was performed nightly in Atlantic City, N.J. at The Tropicana Hotel and Casino’s Liverpool Club Theater. The setting was a reproduction of the famed Cavern Club, home of the Beatles first shows. It was created specifically by the Tropicana for Yesterday’s 2007 summer run. Critically acclaimed, ‘The British Are Coming!’ proved so successful it was extended for (3) three years at the ‘Trop’ and became Atlantic City’s longest running musical of its kind. The show opened in Lake Tahoe, 2008 and extended for (8) eight months and it is currently performed by Yesterday Beatles Tribute Show Bands in theaters world-wide

In addition, Yesterday performs with many of today’s renowned Symphony Orchestras in their POPS series providing classical arrangements for Beatles songs such as Something, A Day In The Life, Penny Lane and Sgt. Pepper.
 
Yesterday’s Touring Cast continues to entertain at theaters across the nation expertly depicting all eras of Beatles music.  Members of Yesterday’s Show Bands and Touring Cast are among the top artist’s in today’s Beatles Tribute world. www.yesterdaybeatlestribute.com
 

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