Beatles music in Alta Sierra
August 15, 2013
Because, a Beatles music band, is ready to hit Alta Sierra Country Club like the Beatles hit the U.S. in 1964, according to Jeremy O'Dell, who founded the band in 2005 and plays the part of John Lennon.
"I have heard how nice the setting is at Alta Sierra, so we have really been looking forward to playing there," said O'Dell.
John Zurflueh's company, Starbright Entertainment, is producing the show, and he has a lot of praise for Because.
"I could not be more excited about bringing this great band to Alta Sierra and can't emphasize enough how much fun and energy come from a live stage performance, along with the passion they have for Beatles music. I really encourage everyone to attend, including teens. You will be amazed how much Because looks and sounds like the original Beatles."
Because will begin with songs performed on the Ed Sullivan Show in 1964 when the Beatles first came to the U.S., then on to the Sgt. Peppers era and throughout their amazing run, including period outfit changes.
Tickets are $23 in advance, $25 at the gate, and are available at Alta Sierra Clubhouse, SPD Grass Valley and The Real Graphic Source on Highway 49 and Wolf Road or online at http://starbrightshows.com. There are special $15 tickets for teens and younger children, that will be available at the gate.
Friday's concert begins at 7 p.m. with food available from 5:30 p.m. at Alta Sierra Country Club.
Guests are welcome to bring a lawn chair, or one will be provided.
No outside food or alcohol permitted, and if the show is cancelled for any reason, it will be rescheduled.
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