Friday, 12 May 2017

Beatles' Hairdresser pens new book - signed copies and discounts coming

Newsflash! Leslie Cavendish, the Beatles' Hairdresser, will be signing advance copies of his new book at the Liverpool convention day during Beatleweek in August at the BBFC stall where he is giving his talk.

And after publication,  BBFC members will be able to buy the book at a special discount price. Stay tuned for details. 
Until then, read below to find out all about this new book and visit Leslie's website.

Monday, 8 May 2017

Get tickets to Pure McCartney at the Cavern and help celebrate Paul's 75th

Don't miss this special event at the Cavern to celebrate Paul's 75th birthday. 

Click here to learn more and get your tickets!

If you go and talk to the band, be sure to let them know you heard about the event on the BBFC!

Sunday, 7 May 2017

Discount tickets for fan club members - The Analogues May 22

Update: The Analogues have arranged for a 50% discount code for fan club members making the tickets just  £13.75Go to e-analogues and enter promotion code analogues50
The Analogues are an amazing group of musicians who pick up where The Beatles left off after their last show on August 29th 1966 and became a studio band for the rest of their career together.

On May 22nd The Analogues will perform Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band live and in its entirety at The Indigo O2, fifty years after this most famous Beatles album was originally released.

This will be their first show in London after 47 sell out dates in The Netherlands and Belgium to ecstatic audiences. 

The band have a passionate commitment to authentically reproducing live, music only previously heard in the confines of Studio 2 at Abbey Road Studios.

Playing a unique collection of vintage instruments from the period with full string and horn sections means the audience will hear a note perfect reproduction of this most iconic album for the first time.

Geoff Emerick, who was the Sound Engineer on all the studio albums at Abbey Road from 1966 - 1970 and worked closely with The Beatles as they created Sergeant Pepper is a huge fan of The Analogues and commented on hearing them for the first time, "Listening to the Analogues, I have never heard anything come so close to the original records."

The Analogues are not a cover band or Beatles tribute with wigs and costumes but an exceptionally talented group of Beatles' loving musicians reverentially recreating a note perfect performance of The Beatles studio albums never heard live...until now.

As Geoff Emerick said on hearing them perform, "they get these records absolutely perfect. If you close your eyes you would really be listening to the original recordings sounding the way they are supposed to sound for the first time. Even The Beatles couldn't reproduce Sergeant Pepper live".