Fri, August 26
Yesterday - A Tribute to The Beatles
Yesterday-A Tribute to The Beatles, founded by John Lennon performer Don Bellezzo tours not only in the U.S. but Internationally. With seven tours of Japan, dozens more to Canada, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Bahamas, and United States military bases throughout the World, these entertainers have performed on five continents. Completing a five month run in 2011 at the TropicanaLV Resort Casino in "Yesterday - The Beatles Tribute" on the Las Vegas strip, Yesterday is featured on video at McCarran International Airport with other celebrities welcoming all to the Entertainment Capital of the world...Las Vegas! Performing their critically acclaimed production, "The British Are Coming!" nightly for three years, to standing room only audiences, at The Tropicana Hotel and Casino's "Liverpool Club" in Atlantic City, "The British Are Coming!" became the longest running show in Atlantic City history. Over the last four years Yesterday Show Bands have had long term productions in Lake Tahoe, Reno and numerous venues nationwide. The resident Beatles Show Band for "Legends in Concert," the world's premier and longest running tribute show, Yesterday performs in Las Vegas, Branson, Missouri and Legends venues worldwide. Yesterday has been featured in Rolling Stone Magazine, Showbiz Magazine, on NBC, CBS, and ABC, Dick Clark's "Your Big Break" Ed McMahon's "Star Search" and recently returned as highlight of the annual Joe Johnson's Beatles Cruise aboard the Royal Caribbean Cruise lines. Sailing with Yesterday was Laurence Juber, formerly of "Wings" , Tony Bramwell, Author and longtime Beatles childhood friend and Tony Perkins from ABC's Good Morning America, a well known Beatles enthusiast. Invited by the U.S. Postal Service to entertain at the unveiling of the "Yellow Submarine" Postage Stamp, Yesterday performed at the prestigious Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.