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Beatles tribute band Rain to celebrate 50 years of ‘Abbey Road’

Rain, a Beatles tribute act, is celebrate 50 years of “Abbey Road” on its current tour. (Katie Perhai)
Rain, a Beatles tribute act, is celebrate 50 years of “Abbey Road” on its current tour. (Katie Perhai)

Fifty years ago, the Beatles released “Abbey Road,” an album with songs such as “Here Comes the Sun” and “Come Together” that are as iconic as the album cover.

“Abbey Road” gave “Paul is dead” conspiracy theorists plenty to talk about but also went on to top the charts in the U.K. and countries around the world for weeks.

In honor the album’s anniversary, Rain, a Beatles tribute act, will perform the biggest hits from “Abbey Road,” plus early Beatles favorites during its show June 20 at the First Interstate Center for the Arts.

The band – Aaron Chiazza (Ringo Starr), Paul Curatolo (Paul McCartney), Steve Landes (John Lennon) and Alastar McNeil (George Harrison) – plays everything live and uses spot-on costumes and multimedia content to bring the music of the Beatles to life.

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