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"The Beatles 1962-1966" 
    In Concert--Live and Complete

The Grammy Museum, Los Angeles

Sunday, December 3, 2023…2.30 p.m and 7.00 p.m.



Keith Putney Productions presents the new, expanded “The Beatles: 1962-1966” Live and Complete on Sunday, December 3, 2023 at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles! JUST ADDED-Carnie Wilson joins our all star cast of Jeff Alan Ross, John Jorgenson, Rob Bonfiglio, Bill Cinque and Christopher Allis!

“The Beatles: 1962-1966” brings us back to the spirit-lifting breakthrough period that made the Beatles the big bang of 20th Century culture. Expect some surprises, along with dynamic live performances of “I Want To Hold Your Hand’, “She Loves You” “Roll Over Beethoven”, “From Me To You”, “Can’t Buy Me Love", “Eight Days A Week”, “A Hard Day’s Night”, “Ticket To Ride", “Day Tripper”, “All My Loving’, “Paperback Writer”, “Taxman” and moreI To our ears, it's the greatest music ever made, performed by a superb gathering of musicians who reflect the energy and heart that shines through each song.

As winter turned to spring in 1973, rumors swirled around the sessions for the “Ringo” album in Los Angeles, just as the definitive compilation of the Beatles' earth-shattering first four years as recording artists was released. “1962-1966” , i.e. The Red Album , went 15x platinum and was number one in Austria, Germany, Japan, Norway, France, and was number one in Cash Box in the United States.

“1960’s Belonged to the Beatles” was the headline of Jack Garner’s review for Gannett News., run in hundreds of North American newspapers. “It’s hard to imagine what music we’d be listening to right now if not for the Beatles” he says in the opening words of the piece. “Rock Music was going in monotonous circles...And then came those four startling young men from Liverpool, and our pop music and our culture were enlivened with invigorating new music”. “ ‘I Feel Fine’ opens with Harrison’s fantastic guitar line…’Yesterday’ has the Beatles traveling into a world of quartet strings, magnificent harmony, and incredible beauty”.

“A musical fusion that wiped clean and drew again the face of popular music”-NME

The cast will include:

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 two consecutive years. Sought out by Bonnie Raitt, Bob Seger and Barbra for studio work, Elton John saw fit to add Mr. Jorgenson 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.

CARNIE WILSON is the legendary co-founder of Wilson Phillips, whose self-titled debut album sold over 10 millions copies worldwide and spawned 5 Top 15 hits , including three chart toppers—“Hold On”, “Release Me”, and “You’re in Love”. Wilson Philipps notched a total of 13 chart hits over their career. Carnie appeared with her Wilson Philipps bandmates Wendy Wilson and Chynna Phillips during the 8th season of The Masked Singer in 2022. Carnie has also released two solo albums as well as a Christmas album with her sister Wendy.

Musical Director JEFF ALAN ROSS spent two years as the lead singer of Badfinger, and for 17 years has been the Musical Director for industry legend Peter Asher in the Peter and Gordon Band, Asher's Memoir Show, and countless recording projects. He sings lead alongside Asher in his current band, and his history includes stints with Gerry and the Pacemakers, Denny Laine, Al Jardine and other legends. Jeff plays, Piano, keyboard, and guitar.

BILL CINQUE toured for 5 years as bass player in the Neil Diamond Band. The Manfreds (ie Manfred Mann) Melissa Manchester, Peter Asher, and a host of others have featured Bill on lead vocals as well as bass.

Drummer CHRISTOPHER ALLIS toured Mike Nesmith's First National Band, and has backed Deanna Carter, Denny Laine, Billy J Kramer, Melissa Manchester, Maria Muldaur, Kate Taylor, Jeremy Clyde, The Byrds' John York, and Fran Healy from Travis among others.

ROB BONFIGLIO plays with both the Beach Boys and The Brian Wilson Band, as well as touring with Gwen Stefani. He's also the guitarist and musical director of Wilson Phillips, and produced their latest album, "Dedicated" for Sony Masterworks. Rob came to prominence in the 1990s when his band Wanderlust hit the Billboard charts with their RCA release "I Walked", leading to shows with Collective Soul and The Who. He has since released seven solo albums


Artists subject to change




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