Liverpool Productions Presents:

2018: Liverpool & London August 19-28, 2019

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  • The Beatles made Studio 2 the most famous recording studio in the World. Fans are treated to a tour of the famous Studio, which has remained virtually unchanged from the days of the sixties where the Beatles recorded from 1962-1969. We conducted actual recording sessions inside Abbey Road Studio 2.

    We attended the gala world premiere of the re-release of "Yellow Submarine" with Sir George Martin and Neil Aspinall at Liverpool's Royal Philharmonic Hall

    We experienced the carnival atmosphere of the Strawberry Field Garden Festival - right within he gates on the grounds of Strawberry Field

    We were in the audience for a TV show with Julian Lennon as guest - and had the opportunity to meet him at an in-store signing appearance

    The John & Yoko Suite, room #702, at the Amsterdam Hilton

    We were privy to a diplomatic welcome from the Lord Mayor at Liverpool's Town Hall

    Live concert with Tony Sheridan, backed by our own Beatle Tribute Band, at the Kaiserkeller Club. We also had a concert at the Indra club.

    Pete Best and the Casbah Club have had a wonderful relationship with the Magical History Tour for over 20 years. We were the first Beatle Fans invited inside the club in the early 80's by Mona Best, Pete's mom, and we were there once again on the night of the grand re-opening in 2002.

    We were the sole Beatle Fan representative to be present at the Janmashtami Festival, the world's largest Krishna and Hindu gathering (outside of India).The estate where it was held had been donated completely by Geroge Harrison and for the occasion and specifically for our visit, a George Harrison "My Sweet Lord" outdoor exhibit was constructed.

    Paul McCartney's guitarist, Rusty Anderson, played a intimate private concert set at a small club in London exclusively for our group. Our tour group got to see Rusty live in concert, got to meet him, and also got to hang out with the other invited guests, likePaul's favorite keyboard player Wix! ,

    Another musical treat for our group was centered on ‘Quarry Bank Day’, featuring none other than the first reunion of John’s original band mates, the Quarrymen. What a perfect place to celebrate the birthplace of The Beatles - Quarry Bank High School, where it all began 43 years ago.

    We saw the school auditorium were the Beatles recorded "My Bonnie" with Tony Sheridan. We all stood on the very stage where it was recorded and took MANY group pictures. It still has the original organ, stage floor, walls, stained glass windows and storage room (where the actual recording equipment was kept). All we needed was producer Bert Kaempfert.

    Beatles bodyguard/friend/confidante Horst Fascher showed up as surprise guest of honor. Horst signed autographs and told us many amazing stories about the days he was the Beatles' manager in Hamburg. A few of us also walked over to the Kaiserkeller and were allowed to go downstairs and see the other infamous nightclub where the Beatles honed their playing skills.

    The town of Blokker were the Beatles played live in 1964. Two performances were done there because the city of Amsterdam would not allow them to play there. Our group visited the food warehouse they played in, which had been converted into a concert hall just for The Beatles. We saw the room they used as a dressing room and walked through the entire building. We were given several copies of original pictures taken at the concert.

    The Magical Mystery tour bus with Julia Baird, John's sister leading the group. We were honored and blessed with hearing her memories of growing up in Liverpool with John. We were given first-hand recollections and facts about John and the Beatles that many people did not know."

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