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ENCORE! ENCORE!

"The audience jumped to their feet giving these four lads a standing ovation even at intermission. They were thrilled when they came back out as Sgt. Pepper for the second show."
- Lisa Kelly, THE INDEPENDENT, IL.

THE #1 BEATLES SHOW
IN THE WORLD!


"Outstanding vocals during Nowhere Man. Then the orchestra came back featuring a great trumpet solo for Penny Lane. Everybody clapped and swayed with Lennon during Revolution. McCartney sang Hey Jude as the audience joined in the chorus and began waving lighters in the air."
-Joyce Donahue, ROCKFORD REGISTER, IL.


 

 

 

 

A HARD DAY'S NIGHT!

"Don Bellezzo portraying John, bobbing with Lennon's cheeky mannerisms, had a voice that was so accurate, it sent chills up and down my spine. Awesome show!"
-Clifton J. Noble Jr., UNION NEWS, MA.

CHANCE TO RE-LIVE BEATLEMANIA!

"Davey Justice, portraying Paul, dazzled the younger fans in the crowd with McCartney's charm, by tapping his foot, winking and waving his hand. He smiled calling some of the audience members love or mate."
-Ernest Tucker, CHICAGO SUN TIMES

LEGENDS ON STAGE!

"And when Bellezzo and Justice sing those sweet Lennon and McCartney harmonies, their vocals slid down like chocolate melting in your mouth."
-Kevin Peiper, BAXTER BULLETIN, AK

Yesterday has been thrilling audiences touring the world as the Beatles. These four young lads will take you on a "magical mystery" tour complete with costume changes, exciting vocals and witty stage mannerisms. When you hear and see Yesterday you will be experienceing the #1 Beatles tribute act in the world!

Performing the Beatles since 1986, Yesterday tours not only in the U.S. but internationally. With seven tours of Japan, dozens more to Canada, the Cavern Club in the U.K., {original site of The Beatles first shows together}, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Bahamas, Australia and United States military bases throughout the world.
These entertainers have worldwide proof of the power and popularity of their show.
 
Yesterday has been featured on radio, television and in magazine publications including Rolling Stone Magazine, NBC, CBS, and ABC, Dick Clark’s Your Big Break” and
Ed
McMahon’sStar Search”. After an invitation by
the U.S. Postal Service, Yesterday performed at the prestigious Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C. for the unveiling of the “Yellow Submarine” Postage Stamp.   Currently based in Las Vegas, they are featured with other Las Vegas celebrities on video at McCarran International Airport where they welcome all visitors to the ‘Entertainment Capital of the World’

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In addition to performing at numerous World Class Hotels and Casinos Internationally, they are the resident Beatles Show Band for “Legends In Concert,” the world’s premier and longest running tribute show at the Imperial Palace Hotel And Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Among the artists with whom Yesterday has shared the stage during their career are:
Chris Montez,  Al Wilson, Tommy James,  Davey Jones, Johnny Rivers, Bobby Vee, Gary Lewis, Peter Noone, America, Chicago, Lovin’ Spoonful, The Moody Blues, and The Byrds.

Yesterday has performed with many of today’s most renowned symphony orchestras as part of their “POPS” series.   The group provides charts for up to a 50-piece orchestra with scores for such Beatles classics as: “ Something”, “A Day In The Life,”  “Penny Lane” and “Sgt. Pepper”.

 

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