Get ready to go back into time to the days when the world went crazy for the four lads from Liverpool. The curtain will rise on the number one Beatles tribute at Schaller Chapel tonight at 8 p.m. Yesterday sounds and looks like the original Beatles and they travel all over the world with their act.
Davey Justice, who plays the role of Paul McCartney, talked about the show in a recent interview. It will be a two hour program with a 15 to 20 minute intermission. Yesterday merch-andise will be available for purchase at that time and also after the concert. Audience members will be able to chat with band members and receive autographs.
One item available, Justice noted, are the popular four-inch psychedelic glow sticks in the colors of the Sergeant Pepper outfits, which audience members wave back and forth during the second act. Pictures, posters, videos, CDs, buttons, T-shirts and folders will also be for sale.
Justice is the only member of Yesterday who is actually English. In order to learn the mannerisms and accents of the Beatles, he watched Beatles movies over and over, he said, pausing the video to practice imitations. In fact, Justice claims to have watched "Hard Days Night" hundreds of times.
Tickets may be purchased at the door or secured in advanced at the Chamber office, Paxton's Jewelry or by calling the Arts Council at 732-3787.