Rubber Revolver to play Lucky Baldwin’s Trappiste Pub March 30


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Rubber Revolver to play Lucky Baldwin’s March 30

Oh Darling…All you Need is Love  ( and a pint) at the popular East Pasadena pub March 30


By Terry Miller

There are tribute bands galore honoring the one and only fab four. But lately in this, the 50th anniversary of The Beatles arriving in the States and changing music forever, more and more bands keep adding their own interpretations of the amazing catalog of songs John and Paul wrote.

Rubber Revolver is one of the newer tribute bands with a bit of an edge over many others,  It was started in March 2010 to  not only pay homage to the lads from Liverpool…… ‘the most significant band of all time,’  but also do something a wee bit different. Rubber Revolver, you see,  focuses on appealing to younger Beatles fans as well as devotees who want to hear songs from all eras of their career – played live, including B-sides and rarities. The band aims to meticulously recreate accurate vocal harmonies and instrumental performances of the recorded versions of all Beatles’ songs. This is a chance to see five young lads put out something extraordinary as the fab four did in the 1964. Perhaps they’ll start a new movement like ‘Baldwinmania”
The band is: Aaron Powell – Vocals, Bass, Brady Burch – Vocals, Guitar
Derek Kuntz – Lead Guitar, Vocals, Logan Shrewsbury – Drums and
Kenny Wood – Keys, Percussion, VocalsThe Band begins at ten to six….a splendid time is guaranteed for all!  Actually, they’ll start at 8 and play through 10PM according to Lucky Baldwin’s Trapisste lovely Manager Megan Giles and the ever-entertaining barkeep, Sir Edwin. We hope you all enjoy the show and know the lads will pass the audition. Don’t miss this one… it’ll be brilliant!

Lucky Baldwin’s Trappiste, 1770 East Colorado, Pasadena (626) 844-0447

March 20, 2014

About Author

tmiller Terry Miller has been in the newspaper business for 35 plus years, following in the footsteps of his father who was a Foreign Correspondent for the London Daily Telegraph when the family sailed to New York from London abroad the Queen Mary. When not shooting pictures, chasing a breaking news story. or playing drums, Miller spends entirely too much time and effort with Little British Sports Cars like his beloved 74 MGB...more like an addiction, says his wife of 22 years.

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