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Beatles historian and historian to present live Beatles Multi-Track Meltdown at Beatles Symposium
Cleveland, MS, February 15, 2016 -- Musician and author Anthony Robustelli will bring his national radio program to life with a live "Beatles Multi-Track Meltdown" presentation at the GRAMMY Museum Mississippi and Delta State's Beatles Symposium, "From Cavern to Candlestick." The presentation will take place on Saturday, 2 April, at 1:30 p.m. CT.
Robustelli, an accomplished musician, is the host of "The Beatles Multi-Track Meltdown," a radio program that airs every Sunday at 8:00 p.m. ET on the Internet radio station, Beatles-A-Rama.com. He is also the author of the first in a seven-part series of books entitled, I Want to Tell You: The Definitive Guide to the Music of the Beatles. The book deconstructs the music of the world's most iconic rock band song by song.
According to Robustelli, "I'm very happy to be a part of such an incredible event. The Beatles have been a strong influence in my life and career, and I'm proud to be able to share insights that may be unfamiliar to even the most avid Beatles fan by showcasing elements of their music in a new and exciting way."
Anthony Robustelli is a producer, composer, multi-instrumentalist, singer and author. With I Want to Tell You, Robustelli takes the reader on an unparalleled journey behind the scenes of some of the world's most iconic music by truly the world's most famous group, The Beatles. In his in-depth, song-by-song analysis, told as only a musician and die-hard fan can, he peels back the layers of The Beatles' recordings. In doing so, he tells a compelling story of how their music came to be and why it was destined to turn the pop and rock 'n roll music scene on its ear - not just for the time - but forever.
Robustelli, a gifted musician who has released five original CDs and who has performed on stage with Sir Paul McCartney, the Black-Eyed Peas, and Bo Diddley (to name a few) will also conduct a 3 p.m. concert on Saturday, 2 April, at GRAMMY Museum Mississippi's and Delta State's Beatles Symposium. He will be performing favorite Beatles cover songs and some original music, and will conclude the concert with the very first "Live Grammy Museum of Mississippi Jam." Robustelli is inviting musicians of all ages and talent levels to bring their guitars, tambourines, ukuleles, kazoos, or whatever they play and to join him on stage to perform "All You Need is Love" and "Hey Jude" in honor of the 50th anniversary of the around-the-world Beatles broadcast.
Tickets for the entire weekend's events (including presentations by six Beatles experts/authors, live appearances by Ivor Davis and Freda Kelly, three Beatles artists, a Beatles tribute band, and more) are only $35 a person. Delta State University will also be sponsoring activities and events centered on The Beatles for this event.
For more information on those activities, call 662-441-0100 or go to the Beatles 2016: From Cavern to Candlestick website.
For tickets to the "Cavern to Candlestick" Beatles Symposium in Mississippi, go to GRAMMY Museum Mississippi's Facebook Page or GRAMMY Museum Mississippi's website.
• I Want To Tell You - Definitive Guide To The Music Of The Beatles by Anthony Robustelli
• Beatles 2016: From Cavern to Candlestick
• GRAMMY Museum Mississippi
• GRAMMY Museum Mississippi's on Facebook
Published February 15, 2016