Beatles tribute band, Abbey Road to perform “Love Songs from the Beatles” at The Rose in Pasadena for Valentine’s Day.

PASADENA, Calif. – On Valentine’s Day, you can feel the love at The Rose with Abbey Road, who will be performing their “Love Songs from the Beatles” show. The nationally touring band will do costume changes reflecting different periods in the Beatles’ career from their puppy dog heyday to the “All You Need Is Love” era and they’ll be singing plenty of love songs, too.

In My Life – A Musical Theatre Tribute to the Beatles

There’s no “I” in “Beatles,” said Chris Paul Overall, who performs as “Paul McCartney” in the show.
There was genius in the Beatles’ writing of their 1964 classic “She Loves You” in the third person, rather than a first person, “I Love You.”
“‘I love you, yeah, yeah, yeah,’ doesn’t have the same impact as hearing it in the third person,” said Overall.

“Beatles Chase” (l-r) shows Chris Paul Overall (“Paul”), Nate Bott (“John”), Axel Clarke (“Ringo”) and Jesse Wilder (“George”); “Sgt Pepper” shows Bott, Clarke, Overall and Wilder

Beatles tribute band, Abbey Road, performs “Love Songs from the Beatles” on Thursday, February 14 at the Rose. Tickets are $24.50 / $38.50 and may be purchased by phone at 888-645-5006 or online The Rose is located at 245 E. Green St.Pasadena, CA 91101. Under 18 persons must be accompanied by a paying adult. 

And here is some additional information about Abbey Road: 
With their tight harmonies, flawless note for note renditions of Beatles hits, custom–tailored costumes, vintage instruments, Liverpudlian dialect and precise attention to every detail, Abbey Road has honed their show to become one of the most musically and visually satisfying Beatle tribute acts in the world.Abbey Road also performs in two nationally touring shows, “Beatles vs. Stones – A Musical Showdown” and “In My Life – A Musical Theatre Tribute to the Beatles.”

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