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Friday Evening Concert To Bring Paul McCartney’s Music To Edmond Town Hall Theatre



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Sir Paul — a band dedicated to performing music from the expansive repertoire of former Beatle and music legend Paul McCartney — will perform at Edmond Town Hall Theatre in Newtown on Friday, December 3, at 8 pm.

Sir Paul will perform favorite songs such as “Band on the Run,” “Live and Let Die,” “Maybe I’m Amazed,” and others written after McCartney’s career with The Beatles. A few songs from the Beatles will be peppered into the show along with some holiday songs.

Band Leader Mike Green says he is looking forward to the performance.

“It’s great to be bringing live music back to audiences after the pandemic break and helping inspire a great holiday season for all,” he said. “This is just the type of show that can lift spirits and put people in the mood for a wonderful holiday season.”

Green has been performing professionally for over 30 years as a solo artist, session singer, instrumentalist and entertainer. He has performed in original, country, and rock bands, and tributes to the Beatles, Paul McCartney, and the Eagles.

He has toured North America, and collaborated with Ben E. King, Billy J. Kramer and members of Foreigner.

Joining Green will be drummer Wayne Sabosto, who has played drums since age 7 and has taught, recorded and played with artists of all styles from big band to hard rock. Sabosto is also a member of the Screen Actors Guild.

George Tebbitt, who has performed with members of Billy Joel, Kiss, and Meatloaf’s bands, is also scheduled to perform this weekend. Tebbitt is a former member of The Good Rats, a Long Island Hall of Fame inductee. He also has a number of album and motion picture credits.

Seasoned musician and keyboardist Reggie Bell has three decades of experience playing and touring. Bell has played such iconic New York venues as CBGB, Max’s Kansas City, and The Ritz. He has also toured in Germany, and now adds his keyboard virtuosity to Sir Paul.

Multi-faceted musician Tom Licamelli began performing professionally at the age of 15, from guitarist-songwriter with indie rockers Knockout Drops to singer/multi instrumentalist with The Sixties Show. Licamelli has toured the US and Europe and has shared bills with such diverse acts as The Beach Boys, John Fogerty, The Violent Femmes, Richie Havens, and Bonnie Bramlett, among many others.

The “Sir Paul - A Dedication” concert is the fourth in the Colonial Automobile Group Music Series at Edmond Town Hall Theater.

The concert will start at 8 pm and will include two 45-minute sets with a 30-minute intermission. Doors and the box office will open at 7 pm. There will be no opening act. Bar and concessions will be available.

Tickets are $35 for orchestra seating and $30 for the balcony, and can be purchased online at edmondtownhall.org or by calling 203-270-4285. There will be no door ticket sales prior to 7 pm.

Local COVID regulations in place at the time of the concert will be followed. Visit edmondtownhall.org for additional information.

A band that takes pride in giving their audience a taste of the incredible catalog of music produced by Paul McCartney, Sir Paul A Dedication is scheduled to play Edmond Town Hall tonight. —SirPaulBand.com photo
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