The Fab Four, or at least a reasonable facsimile, will be riding into Storm Lake on Tuesday, Nov. 7, for a blast-from-the-past show at Schaller Memorial Chapel.
The number one Beatles tribute in the world, Yesterday, has been performing and touring throughout the world sounding and looking like The Beatles.
Thrilling their audiences wearing authentic suits like the ones on The Ed Sullivan Show, Yesterday will take you on a mystery tour from 1964-1966 with their mop top hair, Beatle boots, exciting powerful vocals and witty stage mannerisms.
In their second set, Yesterday comes out bringing back the psychedelic era of peace and love of 1967. Wearing colorful satin Sergeant Pepper suits and mustaches with screaming fans singing along, Yesterday will take you to 1970, the final days of Beatlemania.
Don Bellezzo leads the band and plays John Lennon. He plays rhythm guitar and sings lead vocals. Originally from Los Angeles, Bellezzo performed extensively throughout the world and is the founder of Yesterday. His excellent vocals, perfect mannerism and stunning visual appearances will bring back memories. Once you hear "Revolution" and "Twist and Shout," you can't "Help" but "Imagine" you have relived the real legend on stage.
Read the rest of this article in the 10/17 Pilot Tribune.