performance took us back to an exciting time capsule of pop music... It was an
honor to schedule such outstanding entertainment. President Clinton, Vice
President Gore and their families extend their sincere gratitude and hope the
New Year brings you much joy and success."
- Robert M. Myman, The 52nd
"If you're a Beatles fan
then don't miss
The Stars Of Beatlemania,
a tribute to the Beatles showcasing the talents of the stars of Broadway's
Beatlemania. This great tribute show takes you back in time to experience the
evolution of the Beatles' music and of the times of their lives. This is more
than a great show - it's a chance to re-live history. From the innocence of
I Want To Hold Your Hand, Eight Days A Week, and
Twist and Shout, to the psychedelics of Sergeant Pepper's Lonely
Hearts Club Band, the Beatles were the flag bearers of a generation."
- Las Vegas Leisure Guide
"The quartet succeeds
visually, thanks in large part to David Leon (as John Lennon). Enhancing the
illusion are historically accurate guitars, including the Hofner violin bass.
But it is where it counts most that the four hit the jackpot. Their performances
of She Loves You, Twist And Shout, Hard Day's Night, I Wanna Hold Your
Day Tripper are just about perfect. They truly sound like the Beatles. Their
set was so much fun - and so well received..."
- Chuck Darrow, Atlantic City
"The Stars Of
Beatlemania are THE Beatle music supergroup - the world's premier
Beatle tribute show..."
- Beatlemania Alumni.com
Stars Of Beatlemania did a wonderful show. These four have the music of the
Beatles down! The lights came on and the 'Four lads from Liverpool' ran out in
their matching suits and mop-tops and began to play She Loves You. I
didn't even have to close my eyes to imagine that it was like seeing the real
Beatles up there. They looked and sounded like the real thing. The vocals,
the playing...everything was live, there was no lip-syncing. The entire show was
very impressive. They had the Liverpool accents down as they used humor to charm
the audience in between songs, making little quips and remarks, as the real
Beatles did during concerts.
The Stars Of Beatlemania were visually appealing as well. The musician
portraying John (David Leon) was very convincing. He had his distinctive stance
down as well as John's mannerisms and voice. The musician playing Paul (Alan Le
Boeuf) also sounded very much like Paul McCartney. George Harrison was portrayed
effortlessly by David Brighton (who also puts on a show portraying David Bowie).
The musician playing Ringo (Beaver Parker) really had Ringo's voice down.
Anyone, young or old, who is a fan of the Beatles will enjoy this show. I
finally feel like I have experienced what a live Beatles show may have been
like. A great way to spend an unforgettable evening."
- G.K.M., Epinions.com