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The Fab Faux celebrate the music of John Lennon - 10/24 at The Beacon - Charity Element Announced
(Published: October 07, 2015)

The Fab Faux celebrate the music of John Lennon - 10/24 at The Beacon -


"This show will feature music from John Lennon's entire career - both Beatles and Solo - including his best known greatest hits, as well as a couple of eclectic "deep cuts." The Fab Faux will be augmented by the 4-piece Hogshead Horns, the Creme Tangerine Strings, guest musicians Jim Boggia and Erin Hill, and the 6-member Nutopia choir - allowing them to perform every facet of Lennon - from the most intimate numbers to full-out 19 piece Wall of Sound."

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2015 - 8 p.m.
Fab Faux Celebrate A Life In Songs:
John Ono Lennon 75th
featuring The Hogshead Horns, The Crème Tangerine Strings,
Erin Hill, Jim Boggia and The Nutopia Choir

A word from The Fab Faux:
The October 24th, Beacon Theatre "Lennon at 75" event
is now a partial benefit for the following wonderful charities:
Road Recovery - A New York City program dedicated to helping young people battle addiction by harnessing the influence of entertainment industry professionals.
Musicorps - A conservatory-level music rehabilitation program at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center that helps wounded warriors play music and recover their lives.
If you cannot attend the show and feel a connection to either of these charities, please give what you can.

The Wall Street Journal articulated what sets The Fab Faux apart: "The Fab Faux...are not interested in nostalgia - they are a musical ensemble, and, unlike any other Beatles recreation that I have seen, they play the Beatles canon like it was, well, music. They don't dress up in Beatles outfits or don fake mustaches and Sgt. Pepper suits - no more than Leonard Bernstein felt compelled to wear a powdered wig when he conducted Mozart." Read the full story, here: http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2013/10/26/the-fab-faux-go-beyond-beatlemania/

For those of us who never got to see The Beatles in concert, we're fortunate to have The Fab Faux dedicate themselves to faithfully recreating some of the most extraordinary music ever written. The band commemorated the 43rd Anniversary of The Beatles' performance on The Ed Sullivan Show with an appearance Late Show with David Letterman. Check out their fantastic recreation of ‘I Am The Walrus' here:

Visit - http://www.thefabfaux.com

The Fab Faux brings together the talents of five of New York's most respected musicians: Will Lee of Late Show with David Letterman, who released a solo album last year which Rolling Stone Magazine praised as "hitting an intersection of the Average White Band and solo Paul McCartney," Jimmy Vivino, band leader of the ‘Conan' Show, Rich Pagano, who has performed with Rosanne Cash, Ray Davies and released a solo effort Blurt Magazine described as "one of the best albums of 2009," Jack Petruzzelli, who has toured and recorded with Joan Osborne, Patti Smith and Rufus Wainwright (and co-wrote and co-produced Osborne's latest album, "Love and Hate," which came out in April,) and Frank Agnello, whose musical credits include Phoebe Snow, Marshall Crenshaw and Joey Molland of Badfinger.

Watch this live, in-studio performance of The Fab Faux recreating ‘Abbey Road', side two: http://www.vimeo.com/11237479

Watch The Fab Faux 60 Second Teaser (OFFICIAL VIDEO):

More Information: http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/1D004EA6A6FA236A

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