Fab Fourever members in their Sgt. Pepper finest. They’ll bring the best of the Beatles to the Mary Winspear Centre next Friday.

Beatles band bound for Sidney stage

Take a trip back in time with the full on Beatles experience at the Charlie White Theatre

Take a trip back in time with the full on Beatles experience at the Charlie White Theatre.

With the authenticity of the costumes, the close replication of that classic and unforgettable music and an undeniable stage presence, the Fab Fourever call themselves the complete Beatles experience.

Kevin Davey personifies the essence of John Lennon’s attitude, musicianship and unique vocal talents. Combined with his Rickenbacker guitar and onstage presence he’s one fourth of a great show.

Jody Tennant lays it all out in Paul McCartney style “just like the recordings” on everything from ballads like “Hey Jude” to rockers like “I Saw Her Standing There.”

Jim Harrison (or is it George Harrison?) has the keen ability to make his guitar sing sweetly on stage much the same way the “quiet Beatle” used to do adding a gentle playful demeanour that transports you back to the ’60s.

Paul Kaszonyi completes the foursome singing all the fun Ringo Starr songs while shaking his mop top.

Fab Fourever performs classic Beatles hits including “Can’t Buy Me Love,” “Love Me Do,” “She Loves You,” “Help,” “Yesterday,” “Yellow Submarine,” “All You Need Is Love” and “Back in the USSR” on a musical trip from 1962 through 1970.

They play Friday, June 1 at 8 p.m. at the Charlie White Theatre.

Tickets are $35, available online at www.marywinspear.ca.

For more information on Fab Fourever visit www.fabfourever.com.

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