LIVERPOOL LEGENDS SALUTE TO THE BEATLES…BRANSON’S BIGGEST SHOW!
Louise Harrison presents Grammy nominated Liverpool Legends
“The Complete Beatles Experience!” are four incredibly talented musicians and actors hand-picked by Louise Harrison- sister of the late George Harrison of the The Beatles.
Louise’s involvement in Liverpool Legends makes them the ONLY Beatles Tribute Band with a direct family link to the original Fab Four. “Each member of the group is so close to the originals that I often feel like I’m transported back in time with the lads. These are exactly the kind of fun loving quality musicians that my brother George would have loved to hang out with,” says Harrison.
Liverpool Legends along with Louise Harrison were nominated for a Grammy Award for their work on “Fab Fan Memories” – a Beatles Band.
2015 has been a very exciting year for the group as they toured The U.S. and internationally, culminating with a sold out performance for over 16,000 people at Arena Ciudad De Mexico, as well as sold out performances in Guayaquil and Quito, Ecuador.
Grammy Nominated the Legends headlined at the prestigious Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA, in front of 68,000 people (an audience larger than The Beatles performed for at Shea Stadium!). Liverpool Legends also received national attention when they re-created The Beatles famed 1966 concert at Busch Stadium in St. Louis.
Recently Liverpool Legends were chosen over every other Beatles Tribute band in the world by top television and film producer Jerry Bruckheimer (CSI, Pirates of The Caribbean, National Treasure) to portray the band that changed the course of music and the world forever.
Members of Liverpool Legends have toured the world, playing in historic venues such as The Cavern Club in Liverpool and recorded at the famed Abbey Road Studios in London. They have performed with Denny Laine (co-founder of Wings with Paul McCartney), Pete Best (the original Beatles drummer) and the Boston Pops. Liverpool Legends have appeared on The Travel Channel’s “Beatlemania Britain” and headlined “International Beatles Week” in Liverpool where 100,000 Beatles fans jammed Victoria Street to hear them in concert.