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The Mersey Beatles headline Beatles Valentines Fest on Sunday 14 February2016

Above: The Mersey Beatles at Liverpool's Cavern Club where they were the resident band for over 10 years until world wide demand forced them to give up

Just before jetting off for the first of four U.S.A concert tours in 2016, The Mersey Beatles will perform a special intimate gig at the Hare & Hounds on Sunday 14 February to close the 53rd Anniversary Celebration of the 1963 Birmingham debut of The Beatles at the now burnt down Ritz Ballroom next door to the Hare & Hounds on York Road.

Described by the British Beatles Fan Cub as "the Best Beatles tribute band", The Mersey Beatles were all born and grew up in Liverpool. They were the resident band at the legendary Cavern Club for over 10 years and now regularly tour throughout Europe and the U.S.A. Later in 2016 they will return to Liverpool to perform at two special shows at the Epstein Theatre.

John Lennon's sister Julia Baird comparing them to other Beatles tribute bands said 'The Mersey Beatles are the most authentic I've heard ... and I've heard them all'.

A British Beatles Fan Club review said 'The quality of the music was superb with each song reproduced in the original key with spot-on harmonies and perfect guitar solos that had the audience marvelling at the sheer quality of the talent on view'.

Joe Flannery, Brian Epstein's assistant, said 'When I saw them in The Cavern they perfectly recreated the atmosphere that the original Beatles produced. It was like listening to The Beatles again'.

Doors open 7 p.m. On Stage 7.45 p.m

Advance tickets cost £10 cash from Kitchen Garden Cafe or £10 plus booking fee from


Advance ticket sales close 1 p.m. 14 Feb. Tickets available on the door for £12.

For more information on The Mersey Beatles go to:-

Guaranteed to be the the only place to be on Valentine's evening, this concert will conclude King's Heath Walk of Fame's Beatles Fest 2016.

This begins with a not to be missed afternoon "All You Need Is Love" concert at Fletchers Bar on York Road from 3 to 6 p.m.

A great selection of local musicians will sing their favourite Beatles' Love Songs ending we hope with a singalong version of "All You Need Is Love".

Expect to hear some of the musicians that contributed tracks to the Walk of Fame's first CD 'Rubber Soul Rebound' (a 50th Anniversary re-make of The Beatles classic album) including Acoustica, The Egg Men, David Garside, Jack Goodall, Harry Jordan & Michelle Dawes, Rob Peters and Tim Walkerdine. The CD will make a great Valentine's Day present can be ordered from:- https://kingsheathwalkoffame.bandcamp.com/album/rubber-soul-rebound
They will be joined by the Pre Fab Three and Ukulele Theatre plus John Kennedy reading from John Lennon's works.

This afternoon session at Beatles Fest usually sells out so get your tickets now! Tickets can be bought from Kitchen Garden Cafe for £4 cash or £4 + booking fee from www.wegottickets.com/event/345852
Any remaining tickets will cost £5 on the door.

Below: Bring your valentine to or find a new Valentine at our "All You Need Is Love" Session of Beatles' Love Songs at Fletchers Bar.

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