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Rooftop Revival: Celebrating the Songs of the Beatles

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In January 1969, a humble rooftop in London played host to the band of the century. It all started in 1957 when Paul McCartney met a fellow Liverpudlian musician called John Lennon. Between their first meeting and last performance together on ‘that’ rooftop in 1969, the songwriting duo singlehandedly took over the world and changed the face of popular music.

Last year, Smokey Fields performed to a sell-out crowd at the Picture House with his ‘Woodstock Reimagined’ show. We are excited to welcome him back, joined by local musician Josh Jaws (who blew us away with his Woodstock Reimagined performance) to celebrate the songwriting of Lennon and McCartney…embarking on a journey from the rooftop in 1969 to 1957 and back.

“We’re going to start the night where it all ended for fans on the rooftop in 1969 and take the audience back in time one song at a time to the beginning,“ says Smokey Fields.

Smokey Fields has been a fan of The Beatles since his early 20’s after being given a mixtape of their hits from 1965, and so began his my own Beatles revolution. “During lockdown this year, I started listening to full albums of the Beatles. For some reason, I did it in reverse order and the early stuff stands up to the latest material. Josh and I want to take an audience on a similar backward journey from the rooftop back to the early 60’s, focusing on the songwriting and harmonies in a bare-boned homage to the songs of Lennon and McCartney,” said Smokey.

“We want to remind Beatles fans just how good the songwriting of Lennon and McCartney was by presenting them in a different way,” said Josh.

Join us for a very special evening that will bring back memories for Beatles fans and live acoustic music fans of all generations….bringing us back to where we once belonged.

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