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THE BEATLES’ “ABBEY ROAD” IN CONCERT

PLUS SELECT HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE 60'S

WITH YOUR HOST CHRIS CARTER

FROM 95.5 KLOS-FM AND SIRIUSXM’S BREAKFAST WITH THE BEATLES

“The Beatles’ last love letter to the world…lush, rich, smooth, epic, emotional and utterly gorgeous"--The Daily Telegraph, London September 8, 2009

“And in the end…the love you take…is equal to the love you make”—The Beatles

Sat, October 19, 2019--2:30 PM and 7.00 PM

GRAMMY Museum L.A. LIVE

800 West Olympic Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA 90015

FROM 95.5 KLOS-FM AND SIRIUSXM’S BREAKFAST WITH THE BEATLES

“The Beatles’ last love letter to the world…lush, rich, smooth, epic, emotional and utterly gorgeous"--The Daily Telegraph, London September 8, 2009

“And in the end…the love you take…is equal to the love you make”—The Beatles

BROUGHT TO YOU BY:

DENNIS TUFANO, FORMER LEAD VOCALIST OF THE BUCKINGHAMS

JOHN JORGENSON OF THE DESERT ROSE BAND AND THE ELTON JOHN BAND

THE BANGLES' DEBBI PETERSON

BILLY J. KRAMER

THE BYRDS’ JOHN YORK

RON DANTE

JAMIE SAVKO

With Musical Director JEFF ROSS on vocals, keyboards and guitar

BILL CINQUE on bass and vocals

CHRISTOPHER ALLIS on drums and vocals

THE BEATLES’ “ABBEY ROAD”

“Teeming with musical invention”—The Times of London, 1969

"An amazingly cohesive piece of music, innovative and timeless"-Pop Matters, 2004

One of “The Greatest Albums of All Time”-Rolling Stone, 2012

 

Celebrating the 79th anniversary of the birth of John Lennon-and better yet, the album’s 50th anniversary--Keith Putney Productions presents The Beatles’ Abbey Road live at the Grammy Museum at 7 pm on Saturday, October 19, 2019.

Abbey Road was the final Beatles album to be recorded, and its iconic status is unchallenged. It has sold well over 13 million copies in the United States alone, and 31 million worldwide. It spent 11 weeks at #1 on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart in an album chart run of 129 weeks.

From the rollicking rock of “Come Together” to the unforgettable harmonies of “Because”, from the heartfelt balladry of “Something” to the lust and longing of “I Want You”, Abbey Road entered like the spring morning in “Here Comes the Sun” and stayed with us to become part of our collective memory. It lives again on stage on Saturday, October 19, 2019 at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles.

Given that Abbey Road was the album that effectively closed out the Sixties, our guest artists will join the band with a look back of some of the greatest musical moments of what may have been music’s greatest decade.