TICKET TO THE BEATLES came together in the summer of 1997 with the express purpose of performing the music of The Beatles. Great attention to detail is taken to reproduce faithfully, the sounds that The Beatles forever etched into our memories. Our band decided early on, that it was the music, rather than the image, that we wanted to reproduce. Classic, is the term used to describe great music, and as with any endeavor to capture the classics, a high degree of skill is involved....

The timeless classics of the Fab Four live on in the authentic sounds produced by TICKET TO THE BEATLES. The band was formed in 1997 when Baker Symes (keyboards, guitar, vocals) and Dave Bohannan (guitar, vocals) got together to "play some Beatle tunes." Wayne Givens (bass, vocals) joined them a short time later to add his vocals and to begin recreating the incredible vocal harmonies of John, Paul and George. With the addition of Jim Laverty (drums), the band was complete. In 2005, the TICKET TO THE BEATLES welcomed a new "George" into the band. After a death-defying and harrowing escape from the Blue Meanies of Pepperland, George Smith arrived on a flaming bundt cake and passed the audition.

"Who's Gonna Save The Day?" was written by Wayne Givens, the bass player in TICKET TO THE BEATLES.


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Hugh Hi, Wayne! Thanks for stoppin' by - your kind words certainly mean a lot to me, but I must say if that's the best you've heard here, it makes me think maybe you need to do some more listening! There's a TON of GREAT stuff around here!
Hugh I'll encourage you to post some more tunes also! Thanks, I really do appreciate your excessive praise!
Hugh Hi, Wayne! Don't worry, I interpreted your nice comment exactly as you describe. The highest praise! I'm sincerely grateful, and didn't mean to confuse the issue. Rather I'll gladly accept your praise while being sure to point out that...
Hugh Hi, Wayne - I'm sincerely grateful for your kind words - I accept them as the highest praise, really - there's a lot of marvellous material here, and I definitely don't place myself at the top of the heap, that's all I really meant to say...
H Whoops! Thought one of those comments didn't make it! Sorry!
H Sent a private message!
Hugh Thanks for your recent visit, Wayne - I deleted all the shouting and issued a revised reply - thanks again!!
katie naylor Thanks for visiting... and thanks so much for your kind words... it means a lot..
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