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Get ready for a Beatles show that is as close to authentic as it gets when the Liverpool Legends make a return trip to the Rio Grande Valley to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Beatles.

Louise Harrison, sister of the late George Harrison, created this Beatles tribute group. From the moment the boys walk out on stage the physical resemblance to the original Beatles is unbelievable. Their accents, mannerisms and behavior have been carefully developed so they look and sound as though they are the original Beatles. And when they sing, they sound like the real thing.

20150108 LiverpoolLegendsThis is the group that performed a special show at Victoria Palms in 2013 that had the audience up and dancing in the aisles to the Beatles songs of the 1960’s. Listen for songs like “My Girl,” “Mr. Postman,” “Money Can’t Buy Love,” and “Yesterday,” the most recorded Beatle song of all time. Other hits include “Yellow Submarine,” “Love Is All You Need,” “Move Over Beethoven,” and “Will You Still Need Me?”

There will be two performances in the Valley this year. One is Friday, Jan. 23, at the Harlingen Municipal Auditorium and the second is Saturday, Jan. 24, at the Historic Edinburg Auditorium. Tickets are available at www.topboxtickets.com, or Ticket Zone at (956) 631-1411.

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