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The Beatles Experience Comes to Las VegasApril 27, 2010 By: Staff
"Sgt. Pepper Live" featuring Cheap Trick, a musical experience featuring world-famous rock stars, the Sgt. Pepper Symphony Orchestra and a live interpretation of one of the most beloved rock albums in history, will take the stage for a limited engagement beginning June 11 at the Paris Las Vegas Theatre.
A Bill Edwards Presents Inc. production, tickets for "Sgt. Pepper Live" featuring Cheap Trick are now on sale. Tickets are priced at $75, $100, $125 and $250 and a VIP package priced at $275. All ticket prices are plus applicable tax and fees and may be purchased at the Paris Las Vegas box office or on-line at www.parislasvegas.com or by calling 1.888.727.4758. Show dates on sale include June 11-12, June 15-16, June 18-19, June 22-23, June 25-26, June 29-30, July 20-21, July 23-24, July 27-28 and July 30-31. Showtime is 8 p.m.
A celebration of The Beatles' influential album, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, the show is an energetic performance that features an orchestra and a captivating experience of light and sound as Cheap Trick performs the entire album live as well as select Cheap Trick songs that lend themselves to orchestral arrangements. Geoff Emerick, the engineer of The Beatles' classic 1967 album, supervises the audio production. Never performed in its entirety by The Beatles due to the complex studio technology of the day that was employed in the making of the album, "Sgt. Pepper Live" allows Cheap Trick to incorporate their brand of power-pop into the classic songs while paying tribute to music legends in an unforgettable musical experience.
Cheap Trick is best known for its classic singles, "I Want You To Want Me" and "Surrender." The Americanband recorded the album All Shook Up in 1980 with Sir George Martin and Geoff Emerick, producer and engineer of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. Emerick will continue to oversee the audio production for "Sgt. Pepper Live." He received Grammy Awards for the engineering of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band and Abbey Road.