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The Greatest Show That Never Was
« on: July 30, 2011, 06:36:20 AM »

The Orange County Register
Jully 24, 2011
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It has been both interesting and instructive to watch how popular so-called tribute acts have become in recent years. While there have long been salutes to the Beatles, ever since the success of Beatlemania in the late ’70s, there are now tributes to everybody from Journey to the Doors, Queen to David Bowie, Heart to the Smiths, all playing to enthusiastic crowds (and often at the OC Fair this summer).But “The Greatest Show That Never Was” provided a fascinating boost to the growing parade of musicians emulating famous groups, with Saturday fare at Pacific Amphitheatre featuring a hypothetical bill featuring the Beatles (played by the Fab Four) and the Rolling Stones (courtesy of Jumping Jack Flash).

http://soundcheck.ocregister.com/2011/07/24/pacific-2011-big-fun-with-beatles-stones-tributes/56151/
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