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From California, USA: Beatlesque One

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JJ Rocks Article # 129:
From St. Croix Music Magazine, Issue # 129,January 2009
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This article strays a bit from the normal tributes to bands that have their own original sounds. Not to say that this artist doesn’t have any originality, it’s just that he focuses on paying tribute to one of the greatest bands of all time, The Beatles. So in my ears he covers both territories when it comes to being different and still carrying the traditions of another band at the same time. By this I mean that he is recreating a sound that we all know, but doing it in his own way. This is one of the reasons that I’m featuring “Beatlesque One in our “Spotlight Zone International” for the New Year. The other of course is that this issue is a tribute to the Beatles and I can’t think of any other independent artist that fits the bill.

Alan Bernhoft has written and produced music that sounds close to the Beatles for film companies that want a Beatles sounding songs, but don’t want the actual Beatles recordings in their movies. This has opened many doors for Alan which he has walked through with pride. Obviously he loves The Beatles and has dedicated his life to the preservation of a sound that has become one of the world’s modern day classical music genres. And for this I’m proud to give him exposure in our little publication from paradise.

So if you love The Beatles and would like to hear songs that pay homage to these one of a kind musical heroes, please visit Alan at his “Beatlesque One” link below. I can’t think of anyone else who honors this “Mop Top’ phenomenon with their own original music better than “Beatlesque”.

  
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