Friday, 2 May 2014

All Things Must Pass - Celebrating the Music of George Harrison - May 9

A powerful 10 piece band, recruited by some of the finest and most experienced musicians in South England, plays exclusively songs written by the Ex-Beatle. The programme consists of the obvious hits, he wrote for the Beatles (Something, Here Comes The Sun, Taxman etc.), but also many great songs, he recorded after the Beatles╩╝ break up (My Sweet Lord, All Those Years Ago...).

The show is named after his first solo album, which is considered my many music critics as a master piece. 

David Hentschel, who worked as a sound engineer with David Bowie, Elton John, Genesis and George Harrison himself, came to see a concert and had this to say:

"I thoroughly enjoyed Alex Eberhard's "All Things Must Pass" concert. Beyond music from that album, the show was a celebration of all of George Harrison's music, all professionally and faithfully performed with love and respect."

The concept of the show as a celebration of George Harrison’s life & music lifts it above a mere tribute act. There are many Beatles tribute bands, but nothing remotely comparable to this show. George Harrison is still unforgotten and close to many Beatles fans’ hearts, which makes us convinced, that this show will appeal to a wide audience.

The next show will be at The Secombe Theatre in Sutton on 9th May 2014, Start: 8pm, Adults: £15, Children: £13. Tickets available at

They hope to take the show around the UK and beyond in the near future. This is not another Beatles tribute band, but a great live show dedicated to George's great songs.
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