Thursday, April 2, 2015

Arts Insider Pick of the Week: Live and Let Die: The Music of Paul McCartney

Beatlemania and Classical Mystery Tour  veteran Tony Kishman joins the Louisville Orchestra for a rockin’ tribute to the music of Paul McCartney.  Live and Let Die, Let it Be, Maybe I’m Amazed, and more!

You’ll hear, complete in every detail, the most famous songs of the Beatles era and Paul McCartney’s solo works.

Some of the songs featured in the set include: Hey Jude, Penny Lane, Live and Let Die, Yesterday, Uncle Albert, Maybe I’m Amazed, Jet, and When I’m Sixty-Four .

Tony Kishman as Paul – bass guitar, piano, vocals, actor, singer, and recording artist -- is the creator and band leader of Live & Let Die. Tony starred for six years in both the national and international tours of Broadway’s smash hit, Beatlemania. “Tony Kishman is the quintessential Paul McCartney,” said the Long Island Advance of the gifted young musician’s uncanny resemblance both visually and vocally to the beloved Beatle. He is regarded by “Beatlemaniacs” as the world’s best McCartney look-alike/sound-alike. He has performed his award winning tribute for more than a decade, bringing the music and the magic of the Beatles to new generations all over the world.

When: April 11 @ 8 PM
Where: Kentucky Center
Tickets: starting @ $26
Contact: 502.584.7777

-Gioia Patton

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