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2.30 p.m.

7.00 p.m. 

The Beatles' Magical Mystery Tour &
The Rolling Stones' Let It Bleed Live and Complete


Keith Putney Productions presents two major works from the 60s in one special show: The Beatles’ “Magical Mystery Tour” and the Rolling Stones’ “Let It Bleed”, live and complete!

The Desert Rose Band’s John Jorgenson, Bernard Fowler from the Rolling Stones’ great touring band, Cara Lee, Willie Chambers of the Chambers Brothers(who will sing TIME HAS COME TODAY!), Derrick Anderson, bassist from the Bangles, Chris Ralles from the Pat Benetar/Neil Giraldo Band, Steve Bauman, Dennis Tufano, former lead singer of the Buckinghams, guitarist and vocalist Steve Cooke, Coco Dolenz,  and more join our cast for this unique event.


From the Beatles songbook, “Magical Mystery Tour”, “I Am The Walrus”, “All You Need is Love”, “Hello Goodbye” “Strawberry Fields Forever”, Penny Lane”, “Lady Madonna”, “The Inner Light” and more, while from the Rolling Stones canon, “Jumpin’ Jack Flash”, “Let It Bleed”, “Love in Vain”, “Gimme Shelter”, “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” “Midnight Rambler”, “You Got The Silver” “Honkey Tonk Woman” and more!


NME said in 1967 the Beatles were “at it again-stretching the "at it again, stretching pop music to its limits. The four musician-magicians take us by the hand and lead us happily tripping through the clouds, past Lucy in the sky with diamonds and the fool on the hill, into the sun-speckled glades along Blue Jay Way and into the world of Alice in Wonderland ... This is The Beatles out there in front and the rest of us in their wake."

Let It Bleed, meanwhile, is “a howling force of nature so powerful that the National Weather Service should track it on radar,” according to Rolling Stone in 2004. Q magazine called it one of the 100 Greatest british Albums ever, Rolling Stone included on its list of the Greatest Albums of All Time, and it was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2005.


Our cast includes:

JOHN JORGENSON, co-founded country-rock act The Desert Rose Band in the 1980's with Herb Pederson and the Byrds' Chris Hillman, and during that time . Jorgenson won the Academy of Country Music’s “Guitarist of the Year” award three consecutive years. Sought out by Bonnie Raitt, Bob Seger and Barbra for studio work, Elton John saw fit to add John to his band for 5 years. Mandolin, mandocello, Dobro, pedal steel, piano, upright bass, clarinet, bassoon, and saxophone are among the other instruments JJ has mastered.


Bernard Fowler has lended his extraordinary vocal prowess to the Rolling Stones for over 25 years. Herbie Hancock, Duran Duran, Michael Hutchence, Bootsy Collins, Living Colour, Hern Alpert, Philip Glass, and Ryuichi Sakamoto are among the other artists who have welcomed his vocal gifts to their work.


Dennis Tufano is the former lead vocalist of the Buckinghams, best known for the massive smashes “Kind of a Drag”and “Don’t You Care”. He has performed alongside Olivia Newton John, Bernie Taupin (who Dennis also co-wrote with!), Tom Scott and countless others.


Willie Chambers is one of the co founders of the iconic American psychedelic soul band The Chambers Brothers. From the Ash Grove here in Southern California, the Harlem Cultural Festival -as featured in “Summer of Soul”— and The Newport Folk Festival, to the Ed Sullivan show, The Chambers Brothers brought their unforgettable sound to the venues that made the era memorable. He'll bring his powerful voice to bear on thier all time classic "Time Has Come Today". 

Cara Lee returns as her new music gains her new fans worldwide. Peter Asher, Bill Medley, Laurence Juber, Albert lee and Kate Taylor are among those who have brought her voice to the stage beside them.


Derrick Anderson: The long-time bass player in the Bangles, Derrick also toured with The Smithereens, Dave Davies of the Kinks, Matthew Sweet, and the Cowsills . A sought after session player, he recently made a heavenly rhythm section alongside legendary drummer Jim Keltner in sessions produced by Peter Asher.

Gemma "Coco" Dolenz steps directly from touring the world over to take a moment with us at the Grammy Museum. Her acclaimed shows at Michael Feinstein's 54 Below were the toast of New York's Broadway crowd, and she proudly continues her decades-long assocation with the Monkees and company by joining Micky on his shows this year. 

Guitarist and Vocalist Steve Cooke brings his powerhouse British Rock sensibility-a direct descendent of classic acts like Free and Mott the Hoople-to bear on Beatles and Stones classics at one of our shows for the first time. Before making The U.S. his home, he worked frequently in the UK alongside touring members of Brand X, Pink Floyd, and Fleetwood Mac, and starred in the cast of the Who's Tommy at the Apollo Theatre in Reading. His songs "Live For the Moment", "California Girls Like to RnR" and "Change is Gonna Come" have rocketed his profile, as have his appearances as Paul McCartney's guitarist on Rob Schneider's Netflix series "Real Rob". 

Drummer Chris Ralles brings his pwer and precision back to the Grammy Museum. Touring and recording with gold and platinum recording artists for 25 years is no easy feat. Yet Ralles has managed to do so, sharing the stage with Pat Benatar, Don Felder, Kenny Loggins, Jimmy Messina, Christopher Cross, Poco, Dave Koz, Ambrosia, Denny Laine, Badfinger, Peter & Gordon, Skrapp Mettle, Maia Sharp, Richie Furay, Spencer Davis, Dave Mason and Michael McDonald. When asked about the secret to his success, Ralles says, “I’ve been very lucky. I work hard on the material. I show up on time and I wear a clean shirt.” He returns for the first time since our debut show, The White Album!

His numerous television appearances include “The Today Show,” “The Tonight Show,” “The Arsenio Hall Show,” “The Dennis Miller Show,” “ABC In Concert,” VH1, TNN, The Disney Channel, and Fox News Channel . .

The Grammy Museum
LA Live
Sunday, March 10, 2024

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