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There are a number of tribute acts dedicated to The Beatles, but a few are so good that they stand out above the rest. They give you an incredibly “authentic” experience.
One of those acts is Rain: A Tribute To The Beatles. Appearing March 17 at the Niswonger Performing Arts Center in Van Wert, Rain combine the authentic style and characteristics of The Beatles with the latest in state-of-the-art technology, bringing the stage to life as they play the songs we know and love from the band that most say is the greatest rock n’ roll band of all time.
This year’s tour celebrates the music of Abbey Road, the 11th studio album from the Liverpool natives. Rain will bring the greatest hits from that album in addition to favorites from earlier albums. Relive the music of Abbey Road as Rain play “Something,” “Come Together,” and “Here Comes the Sun,” while lighting up the stage with other hits like “A Hard Day’s Night,” “I Want To Hold Your Hand,” and “Hey Jude.”
A fitting and mesmerizing tribute, Rain entertains fans of all ages, from young to old, as they interact with the audience and play music that never seems to get old or lose its relevance. It’s the next best thing to seeing The Beatles themselves. — Chris Hupe