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The John Lennon Songbook featuring The Imagine Album

Where: Byron Theatre, 69 Jonson Street, Byron, New England

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General Admission: $65.00 ea
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The John Lennon Songbook in concert with The Liverpool Band.

Celebrating The 50th Anniversary of The Imagine Album.

The producers of “Lennon Through a Glass Onion” announce a musical treat for fans of that successful show, and indeed anyone who loves the genius of the songs written by John Lennon, both as a Beatle and during his career as a solo artist – a career which spanned more years than his Beatledom!

Celebrating the 50th anniversary since the release of Imagine – the whole album will be performed live by John Waters and this band – a band that has toured the world performing the songs of John Lennon to great acclaim.

“Lennon’s spirit shines through” – New York Post

“D’ARRIETTA is a powerful pianist with strong beats for a Honky Tonk” – Curtin Up New York

“John Waters encapsulate the essence of Lennon.” – Capital Radio, London

The great response to our recent performances of the new ‘Songbook’ concept has led to the idea of a tour, marking the anniversary of this iconic album with an entire rendition of it, track by track. Plus rocking on with some favourites from Lennon and the Beatles’ amazing catalogue.

Waters and D’Arrietta are enjoying the on-stage freedom that comes from doing a concert of songs where they can perform ‘as themselves’.

John Waters says:

“The ‘Glass Onion’ show is a different and rather unique category of ‘theatrical’ style. It’s always exciting to do. But this ‘Songbook’ is a band gig, and a more intimate style of bringing these great songs to people. We do it in our own way, and it gives us a personal contact with our audience, which is such a happy vibe.

It feels like we’re all getting together again. For over a year the whole world has had to stop hanging out and socialising, and now that we have the chance, we need something like this. I know I do.

Exploring some of the lesser known John Lennon tracks on his solo career albums is always a revelation, and I’m loving the process of learning more than you thought you could, with every new move. I’d like to continue doing that, so I can’t think of a more appropriate way than celebrating IMAGINE, and all the things that the famous one-word title conjures up for everyone.”

John Waters and Stewart D’Arrietta have achieved world-wide acclaim for their two-man show “Lennon through a Glass onion”, which began touring in 1992 and has become loved by an everwidening audience with every tour since then.

Glass Onion’s mixture of song, inner thoughts, humour and truthfulness has drawn glowing reviews in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, London, Edinburgh and New York.

“Lennon’s spirit shines through” – New York Post “D’Arrietta is a powerful pianist with strong beats for a Honky Tonk” – Curtin Up New York “John Waters encapsulate the essence of Lennon.” – Capital Radio, London

“The John Lennon Songbook in concert” is a new venture which John Waters says will be an exciting new experience for himself and Stewart…

“We genuinely still love performing these great songs, and have long thought of unchaining them and in a sense liberating them from being part of a theatrical show by simply performing them in a concert.

Stewart says
“I’m looking forward to playing John Lennon’s songs in their entirety and also to be able to weave some of our own magic into the genius of the songs using ‘The Mersey Strings Quartet with the talent of Greg Henson on Percussion and Paul Berton on Acoustic Guitar ”

They will no longer be abridged as some of them were in “Glass Onion” but performed in full.

We will both have the joy of just being ‘us’, and introducing the songs from our own point of view. We will also be doing a lot of extra songs that were never included in “Glass Onion”. So for all those people who have said to me: “I loved the show but I did wish you’d done ‘Mind Games’” look out, here it comes!”

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