Beatles- John Lennon Celebrity Lookalike impersonator



You won’t believe your eyes…or your ears! He does an exciting and authentic re-creation of John Lennon from his “touring years” (1964-1966) with the Beatles that captures all the thrills Beatle fans have been missing for 35 years. His act goes the extra mile, to include John in his solo years. It relives John as the angry youth, musician, and idealist, through his words and music. Take a “Magical Mystery Tour” through the twenty years of John’s career. You will hear songs from “She Loves You” to “Starting Over”. He has up to six costume changes including the gray collarless suit worn by John at the Washington DC concert in 1964, the black suit worn on the Ed Sullivan Show, Sgt Pepper suit, long haired John in his white suit from Let It Be and Abbey Road, and familiar costumes from his solo career. He has been performing as John Lennon in various Beatle tribute bands for 20 years. He has performed in Atlantic City’s Trump Plaza, the Atlantic City Hilton Casino (which included a reenactment, sponsored by Continental Airlines, of the Beatles landing in Atlantic City) and has performed with such names as Davy Jones of the Monkees, the Shangri-La’s, The Edsels, just to name a few. He performs either with his band or by himself in shows with other superstar impersonators. Through him, John’s music shines on. “Come Together” a Tribute to the Beatles… portrays the Beatles from 1964-1966 the touring years. “Come Together” recreates the early Beatles concerts with identical costumes and equipment. Songs from “I Want to Hold Your Hand” to “I’m Down” played with Vox amps and Rickenbacker guitars made famous by the Beatles. The look and sound is uncanny. If you missed the Beatles in 1964, you must see “Come Together” a Tribute to the Beatles today.

Some interesting facts from Wikipedia:
In 1965, Queen Elizabeth II appointed Lennon, McCartney, Harrison and Starr Members of the Order of the British Empire (MBE).[114] The film Let It Be (1970) won the 1971 Academy Award for Best Original Song Score.[249] The recipients of seven Grammy Awards[355] and fifteen Ivor Novello Awards,[356] the Beatles have been awarded six Diamond albums, as well as 24 Multi-Platinum albums, 39 Platinum albums and 45 Gold albums in the United States.[259][357] In the UK, the Beatles have four Multi-Platinum albums, four Platinum albums, eight Gold albums and one Silver album.[260] They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1988.

The best-selling band in history, the Beatles have sold between 600 million[2][3] and (at EMI estimates) over 1 billion units worldwide.[358][348][359] They have had more number-one albums on the British charts, fifteen,[360] and sold more singles in the UK, 21.9 million, than any other act.[361] In 2004, Rolling Stone ranked the Beatles as the best artist of all time.[362] They ranked number one on Billboard magazine’s list of the all-time most successful Hot 100 artists, released in 2008 to celebrate the US singles chart’s 50th anniversary.[363] As of 2014, they hold the record for most number-one hits on the Billboard Hot 100, with twenty.[364] The Recording Industry Association of America certifies that the Beatles have sold 178 million units in the US, more than any other artist.[365] They were collectively included in Time magazine’s compilation of the twentieth century’s 100 most influential people.[366] In 2014, they received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.[367]