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|BEATexpo 2010 starts tonight in Stamford|
[Posted by Dave Haber on Saturday, 11/27/10 9:40 am] [Full Blog] [Tweet] [Facebook]
Liverpool Productions' BEATexpo 2010 starts today, Saturday, November 27th at 8pm and runs all day tomorrow Sunday, November 28th from 11am-8pm in Stamford.
Special Guests include Denny Laine, Tommy Roe, Beatles recording engineer Richard Langham, Gene Cornish of The Rascals, 60s singer & Beatles-friend Julie Grant, bassist Gary Van Scyoc from Elephants Memory, Hullabaloo's go-go dancer Lada St Edmund, Jimi Hendrix percussionist Juma Sultan, Sid Bernstein, Lennon engineer Dennis Ferrante, artist Shannon, singers Ian Lloyd of The Stories with John Ford of The Strawbs, Gary DeCarlo of Steam ("Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye"), authors Jude Kessler, David Bedford, Kevin Roach, John Borack and Judith Furedi.
The official convention band is New York's "The MerseyBeat" and also performing will be McCartney tribute "One Sweet Dream" and acoustic Beatles band "Something The Band." There will be solo sets by Tommy Roe and Denny Laine, plus performances by Julie Grant, Gary DeCarlo and others. Comedian Benjy G. opens the show. The new movie on Lennon, "Let Him Be," will have its New England premiere as part of the BEATexpo Fabulous Fab Film Fest, and there will be a huge music and memorabilia dealers and exhibitors marketplace.
BEATexpo 2010 is taking place at the Holiday Inn Downtown Stamford, 700 E. Main Street in Stamford, CT. Tickets are only $20 at the door. For more info, visit toursandevents.com/BEATexpo.htm.
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