The Liverpool Shuffle, a popular Long Island Beatles tribute band, returns to the Vanderbilt Museum for a show in the Charles and Helen Reichert Planetarium on Saturday, December 7, from 5:30 to 7:00 pm. Sponsored by Northwell Health.
The show will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ epic 1969 album Abbey Road. The playbill will include Come Together, Here Comes the Sun, Octopus’s Garden, Something, Oh Darlin, You Never Give Me Your Money, and many more!
Tickets: adult $20 on-line or $25 at the door. Children 5-15 pay $15 (on-line or at the door). Children under 5 are free.Purchase Tickets
The band performs and sings with infectious enthusiasm, high energy and an entertaining sense of humor that sets them apart from other tribute bands. People who attend their concerts agree – The Liverpool Shuffle really sounds like The Beatles.
Joe Refano, who formed the group in 2003, describes its act as “authentic, live Beatles music performed by professional Beatlemaniacs.” The four musician-singers are veterans of the New York music scene with a combined 125 years of experience.
“The Beatles created the greatest popular music in history,” Refano said, “and we attempt to play it like they did.”
The band and the Vanderbilt encourage audience members and Museum visitors to join them to collect food for the Long Island Cares Harry Chapin Food Bank. Collection bins will be located in the Planetarium lobby.