Imagine- Remembering the Fab Four - only Pharaoh Club seating available - become a Pharaoh!

From their convincing Liverpudlian accents and Beatles-wit to their pointed boots and totally fab gear, what you'll experience during their show is pure magic!

at Egyptian Theatre

December 30, 2013 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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Time: 8:00pm     Day: Monday     Doors: 7:30pm     Ages: All Ages     Price: $24 - $45
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TICKETS: Reserved $29 Advance / $34 Door
Front-of-House $35 Advance / $40 Door; Cabaret Seats $45 Advance / $50 Door

The music of The Beatles has never gone out of style, and thanks to bands like Imagine, you too can still experience what a live Beatles show was like, minus the screaming, catatonic teenage fans.

The four lads of Imagine have performed more than 1000 shows across the United States and abroad, including China- where Beatlemania is alive and well!

Bring back the fervor of The Beatles with this authentic tribute show.

The Band:

Tom Coburn as John Lennon.  Born in Manhattan Beach, California, Tom was inspired at an early age when he saw the Beatles for the first time back in Feb. 1964. He says, "I found my purpose in life — to sing, play guitar, and make young birds scream. It gave me 'vision'". Since that time, Tom learned to play guitar, bass, harmonica, piano, and sing. He is truly fulfilling his "vision" as he tours with Imagine.

  Brad Armstrong as George Harrison.  Brad has had a love for the music of the Beatles as long as he can remember, but it wasn’t until he was 16 years old and finally heard Sgt. Pepper on a good stereo that he was truly hooked. “I heard the bass in the song “Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds” and asked the question, “What is that instrument?” It wasn’t long after that he bought a bass guitar, joined a band, and now it’s all this! “My first paid gig was New Year’s Eve (in a bar) when I was 17. I had to get a letter from some council member in order to be there”.

  Richard Fazzi as Paul McCartney. Richard Fazzi was born and raised in San Jose, California and as luck would have it, a natural lefty. As is the case with so many other musicians, he was inspired by four guys he watched perform on television that fateful Sunday evening in February of 1964.

His path in many ways followed the events that led Paul McCartney to becoming The Beatles bassist. Rich started with four years of formal guitar lessons and when he joined his first band, they had no bass player and nobody wanted to play bass so he said "Ok, I'll try it". After getting his first bass, it quickly became his first love. He wasn't planning on doing any vocals, but again, no one else wanted to sing so he said, "Okay, I'll try singing.". Rich has years of recording and touring experience playing many different styles and has been a member of several Beatles tribute bands. In addition to playing guitar and bass, he also plays keyboards.

 Daniel "Dango" Burt as Ringo Starr. Daniel Burt was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was hip with the music scene from the earliest days of rock and roll. He heard and loved everything of the genre from Bill Haley to Elvis, from Leslie Gore to the Everly Brothers. When the Beach Boys came along he thought he had died and gone to heaven. That era was his teen years and that music seemed to match every one of his feelings and emotions. The Beatles were at first an intrusion, but all his girl friends loved them, so it became expedient to follow, and then, because their music was so great, he became a huge fan himself.