Live Nation Presents Beatles' Tribute Band
The members of 1964: The Tribute, Mark Benson (John), Gary Grimes (Paul), Tom Work (George) and Terry Manfredi (Ringo), put on an uncanny performance that resembles the original early Beatles.
1964 The Tribute was formed in 1982 and named for the year the Beatles came to America.
They have performed over 2900 shows to date, recreating the excitement of The Beatles' appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show, Carnegie Hall and their first American concert appearances. Rolling Stone magazine described 1964 as "The best Beatles tribute ever."
They have appeared on scores of local television and radio programs throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, and South America. "2964 shows and 24 years later still hands down the best Beatles Show out there today," says Dick Clark. "1964 The Tribute creates magic!"