Leading a 14 piece ensemble in a ~33 tune Beatles tribute show on 5-8 (the 50th anniversary of the LiB LP).
Along with a bunch of better known Beatles tunes, I am including the following ones I feel are under recognized, at least to the extent that I feel they are more worth including than some of their 33 best known songs:
It Wont Be Wrong All I've Gotta Do If I Fell You Can't Do That The Night Before You're Gonna Lose That Girl If I Needed Someone And Your Bird Can Sing For No One Dr. Robert I Will Julia Yer Blues Hey Bulldog
I’m not a Beatles fan, so I only recognize two of these songs. I’ll leave it to the scholars to judge the likelihood of rfreeman successfully pulling off these lesser known songs.
Awesome to see both our "Love At Christmas Time" single and our upcoming "Beagles Do Beatles" project get a glowing write up in Bob Makin's latest Makin Waves scene report - which even embeds our original Christmas music video
Lawrenceville-based The Beagles closed out an exciting year with the release of the original holiday single “Love At Christmas Time” as a follow-up to their acclaimed 2018 debut LP, “Bed of Roses,” which charted at No. 3 on iCharts of New Jersey. Having recently expanded their lineup, The Beagles’ next musical adventure will be “Beagles Do Beatles,” a tribute show commissioned by the Princeton Public Library in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Fab Four’s final LP release, “Let It Be.” The May 8 show will be at Princeton’s Hinds Plaza. While The Beagles’ largest focus is original music, their admiration for The Beatles has always shone through in their choice of name, their working with producer Lon Van Eaton, formerly of Apple Records, and founder Rob Freeman’s hop across the pond to play The Cavern in Liverpool in September 2017. “It will be an honor and a labor of love to work on adapting this timeless music,” Freeman said.
Where is he planning on getting a bass player that can play Hey Bulldog? No way is someone good enough to really play that well going to play with The Beagles. I hope Freeman's arrangement takes that into consideration and sucks all the life out of the song.