Abbey Road. The name alone conjures up an image of one of the most recognized and reproduced photos in history: the Beatles walking across a zebra crossing. It also came to symbolize the end of an era: the 1969 Abbey Road album, recorded at the Abbey Road Studios, was the last album recorded by the Beatles.
“Revolution” the Symphonic Experience allows audiences to connect to the iconic band like never before. The tribute concert tells the story of the Beatles at Abbey Road through imagery and dialogue from their final recording sessions.
Earning the 1969 Grammy Award for the Best Engineered Album, Abbey Road spent 17 weeks at the top spot on US charts and is widely regarded as a musical masterpiece. Featuring hits Come Together, Here Comes the Sun and Something, the album is also famous for its B-side which blends song fragments into one 16-minute medley. The album came to epitomize the Beatle’s “sound” and cemented their legacy as inventive, genre-bending musicians.
The concert weaves the story of Abbey Road through original symphonic arrangements and features renditions of popular hits from several of the Beatle’s albums, including Ticket to Ride, Penny Lane, You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away, Hey Jude, Here Comes the Sun and All You Need is Love.
It’s Beatlemania all over again and we’re ready to sing!
“…. it's been a long cold lonely winter….Here comes the sun…”