Beatles tribute reenacts the Fab Four’s decade-long transformation while a video display projects historical context
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Who they are: four musicians who channel John, Paul, George, and Ringo, plus the Penny Lane Horns on back-up at select shows
Which era of the Beatles they emulate: all of them, from their mop-top days to their days of psychedelic outfits and long hair
What you’ll see at the show: elaborate costumes and a video history of the ’60s
What you’ll hear: the poppy chorus of “I Want to Hold Your Hand,” the consciousness-altering melody of “Strawberry Fields Forever,” and the soulful strains of “Let It Be,” which is also good advice for dealing with that raccoon in the backyard
What the NY Daily Mail called it: “an exhilarating history lesson about the triumphs, the tragedies and the music of the ’60s”