If you went to the Liverpool Legends show in Branson without knowing that the original Beatles aren't around any more, then you would surely mistake these performers for the real rock n' roll innovators, George, John, Paul, and Ringo.
Established as a regular showcase in 2006, this 'fab four' continues to be the first and only Beatles tribute band to have a show in the city. Each member of this tribute act was handpicked by George Harrison's sister, Louise. Being a relative of one of the Beatle stars, it is arguable that she has produced the most accurate Beatles tribute band that has ever been created. The actors and musicians chosen look, sound, act, and sing, like those whom they're impersonating. As fans sing along with Hey Jude and Yellow Submarine, it is obvious that the Liverpool Legends successfully represent the revolutionary 60s group.
John Lennon is played by Kevin Mantegna who impressively possesses much of the same talents and personality that Lennon had. Paul McCartney is imitated note-for -note by Bob Beahon and he even plays a left-handed bass guitar. For the part of George Harrison, Louise chose Marty Scott who could not be anymore like her brother without actually being George. Finally, the drummer, Greg George fills the role of Ringo Starr and is known as his number one impersonator/look-alike in the world.
You are not going to be able to find a better tribute band in all the world because the Liverpool Legends are the best at their craft. With spot-on performances down to the note, pitch, and symbol crash, this show will leave fans wanting more and rushing home to uncover their old Beatles' albums.