The Fab Fourever - Canada's best Beatles Tribute Band played to a packed house at the Riverside Centre in Princeton on Saturday

Fab Fourever rocks the Riverside Centre in Princeton

The Riverside Centre certainly received a rocking' on Saturday, Oct. 19 with the packed house clapping, cheering and dancing for two hours.

Taking the audience back in time to the black and white days of the Ed Sullivan Show, The Fab Fourever drew them in with the song All My Loving.

Dubbed ‘Canada’s Best Tribute to the Beatles,’ The Fab Fourever proved the deserving dubbing while they performed hits from the A Hard Days Night and Help! albums.

Jody Tennant, (Paul) Kevin Davey, (John) Jean-Luc Perron, (George) and Paul Kaszonyi (Ringo) joined by Blake Mackay ‘the 5th Beatle’ give a truly excellent performance. The group play all music live, sing with great passion and share their energy and humour mixed with just a bit of sass.

Eight Days A Week, Dizzy Miss Lizzy and Twist and Shout had the audience not only clapping and singing along, but many could not help themselves and just had to get up and dance.

The Riverside Centre certainly received a rocking’ on Saturday, Oct. 19 with the packed house clapping, cheering and dancing for two hours. Comments like, “the best show yet,” “I can’t believe how good they were,” and “sure hope they come back,” were sounding out at the end of the evening.

Once Twist and Shout got it all worked out, The Fab Fourever ended the evening by meeting and talking with attendees.

2014 marks the 50th Anniversary of the Beatles first North American Tour. As part of their Western Canadian Tour in 2014, The Fab Fourever will re-create the concert.

A reproduction of the August 22, 1964 concert at Empire Stadium in Vancouver will be featured in set one and set two will include songs from the Beatles ‘studio days.’

Like them on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Fab-Fourever/24406696638 and visit www.fabfourever.com to keep up with performance dates.

If you haven’t seen them perform yet, make some time to go—you won’t be disappointed.

 

 

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