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EVERLY BROTHERS AND BEATLES

Spend Thursday Night "In" with MusicalFare

THE EVERLY BROTHERS AND THE BEATLES

LIVESTREAMING from the Premier Cabaret at MusicalFare

on Thursday, June  18th at 7:30 pm.


MusicalFare is working with the Town of Amherst, Amherst Chamber of Commerce, Daemen College and numerous area restaurants for this Livestreaming opportunity!

CLICK HERE to purchase a digital pass to the performance for $10 PER HOUSEHOLD (+$3 handling fee)!  All proceeds benefit MusicalFare Theatre. A link to the event will be sent to your email at approximately 5:30 p.m. on June 18th - you watch the show from your home on your computer/device.   You will simply click the link and the window will open for you. 


Then, choose a restaurant to order your dinner from for that evening! CLICK HERE for a list of participating restaurants! (Or, if you insist, you can cook at home). MusicalFare reminds us:


"Since viewers at home are the only audience...make a night of it and get dressed up, take some photos and post them to social media with the hashtag #athomewithmusicalfare  

We'll be showing some of your photos on YouTube during the cabaret!

By participating, you are:

  • Helping to create vitally needed economic activity in the region

  • Supporting an area restaurant of your choice

  • Supporting MusicalFare Theatre, a not-for-profit arts organization"


FROM MUSICALFARE:


THE EVERLY BROTHERS & THE BEATLES

Phil and Don Everly (The Everly Brothers) were a major influence on the Beatles and their sound; beginning with pitch-perfect harmonies so close together that it sounded like one beautiful voice. In fact, Lennon and McCartney wrote the beautifully harmonious song, "Two of Us" as an homage to Phil and Don Everly, which appeared on their final album, Let It Be


Join Joseph Donohue III and Brandon Barry (OLIVER!, THE MUSIC MAN, TOMMY, MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET, SAY HELLO!: A SCARFACE MUSICAL PARODY, THE EVERLY BROTHERS CABARET) as they "virtually" bring you a selection of well-known (and not so well-known!) Everly Brothers and Beatles favorites like "Wake Up Little Susie", "Bye Bye Love", "Problems", "Two Of Us", "This Boy" and more! 


Click HERE to be taken to MusicalFare's Youtube page where you can see a sneak peek of snippets of some Everly Brothers tunes performed by Joseph Donohue III and Brandon Barry.

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