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    Any Beatles fans out there?

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    Very much so.

    Some great Beatles cover bands in Thailand too!
    I go see them regularly and have a great evening.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tombie View Post
    Very much so.

    Some great Beatles cover bands in Thailand too!
    I go see them regularly and have a great evening.
    In BK? Where Mike? I'll be back there soonish. Love to see them.

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    And don't forget the Irish pubs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoMick View Post
    And don't forget the Irish pubs.
    The Irish pub in Hua Hin - Father Tedís had the Bangkok Beatles playing whilst we were there. Google them, they play BKK and Hua Hin

    Thereís a bar in Sukhumvit 4 Alley in BKK that has another tribute band playing regularly. Well worth it.


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    John. In an amazing sense of irony...

    You can find out where they are playing via their...

    Drum roll please....





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    They were very much over long before I was born, but I've been playing in bands for 20 something years and I love playing Beatles and the Everly Brothers just for the harmonies. Outside of Asia, harmonies in cover bands/pub bands seems to be a dying art.

    Oh, and I don't care what John said. Ringo was an under-rated drummer. Up there with Snowy Fleet. Wasn't/Isn't much of a singer though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tombie View Post
    Thereís a bar in Sukhumvit 4 Alley in BKK that has another tribute band playing regularly. Well worth it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tombie View Post
    John. In an amazing sense of irony...

    You can find out where they are playing via their...

    Drum roll please....





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    Droll... very droll...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BradC View Post
    They were very much over long before I was born, but I've been playing in bands for 20 something years and I love playing Beatles and the Everly Brothers just for the harmonies. Outside of Asia, harmonies in cover bands/pub bands seems to be a dying art.

    Oh, and I don't care what John said. Ringo was an under-rated drummer. Up there with Snowy Fleet. Wasn't/Isn't much of a singer though.
    Most of the musos I know rate Ringo highly as a drummer. Heck, he drummed for The Beatles..... As for singing, after they broke up I bought all their solo stuff for a bit. Ringo's Sentimental Journey and Beaucoups of Blues got played once, I think. He wasn't much of a singer puts it charitably. His best was "The Fat Controller" on Thomas
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