1964 The Tribute Tour 2021 - 2022
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About 1964 The Tribute
1964 the Tribute (originally called 1964 as The Beatles) is a Beatles' tribute band that was formed in 1984. http://thediscography.org/discoDbDetail.php?req=84
The group plans to continue performing. Asked about their future, Tom Work, who portrays George Harrison, said, "The answer to that is the answer Gary gave his dad. His dad asked him, 'How long are you going to do this?' And Gary Grimes (who played Paul McCartney until his retirement in 2009 due to brain cancer which he eventually died of in 2010) said, 'Until they stop coming.' We are not anywhere close to the age the Beatles were. I'm sure many people will comment, 'They're starting to look a little old to be doing this,' but people are still coming. Just being a musician keeps you young at heart."