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Customer Reviews for 1964 The Tribute

4 Customer reviews


Star rating


Helen from Knoxville, Tennessee
9th January 2021

Great been going to see them going on 10 years

If you love the Beatles, 1964 is the best!

Al from Orlando, Florida
12th March 2019

They look, dress, and act like the Beatles which is fun, and they get the audience involved. But the best part is the Music; they use the same instruments and sound almost exactly like the Beatles records we remember. Great night for old Beatles fans or anyone who like rock music. Will definitely see them when they return to Orlando's Plaza Live next year!

Best Beatles band ever!

Cecil from Grand Rapids, Michigan
17th January 2018

I have worked with this group several times at the Union Station in Indianapolis as an event manager and they are great! Super nice guys to work with and just talk with. They look and sound like the real thing. They have been up in Traverse City for the Cherry Festival several times also. Don't miss out on this show! It will take you back to those early '60's days that you either remember fondly, or missed out on!

Lost the magic years ago

Stefan from Annapolis, Maryland
20th December 2023

I have seen some outstanding Beatles tribute bands and so not so great but I have enjoyed every show. Who couldn't, the Beatles songs are just that great. Unfortunately my wife and I just saw 1964 the Tribute at the Rams Head tonight and it hit an all time low. The play list was predominantly from the early years with many less popular songs. Paul sang out of key most the time, Paul faked his playing on many songs, Paul looked older than the real Paul and John looked scary old. It is possible that only the C or D team was willing to travel to Annapolis for the show or maybe after 40 years the band has lost it. If it wasn't for George, who looks like a young Paul, and his 16 string finger work I would have only given the show 1 star. Overall the show was equivalent to an average high school band. From the audience response I would say they felt similar.