Please, Mr. Hep­ner, more Fab Four

RE: Bea­tles show was a clas­sic

The Hamilton Spectator - - OPINION -

It’s one thing to hear the uniquely fa­mil­iar Bea­tle mu­sic any­where and any time. It’s been in our lives since the mid 60s.

But thanks to Darcy Hep­ner and a ta­lented, hard work­ing group of mu­si­cians we were able to see and ex­pe­ri­ence those songs re-cre­ated in front of our eyes and ears on a re­cent Satur­day evening. From the drum solo and du­el­ing gui­tars in “The End,” to the harp in “She’s Leav­ing Home,” the pic­colo trum­pet in “Penny Lane,” the mum­bling voices in “I Am the Wal­rus,” the climb­ing fi­nale in “A Day in the Life,” the acous­tic gui­tar pre­ci­sion of “Black­bird,” the ex­cel­lent vo­cals by all the singers and so much more, per­formed with ac­cu­racy and, dare I say it — Love, Love, Love.

If (when­ever) Mr. Hep­ner et al do this again, pur­chase a Ticket to Ride and Get Back to Yes­ter­day. Bernie Hudecki, Hamil­ton

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