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Rubber Souled - The Beatles Reimagined Like Never Before!

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by Peter Hancock (subscribe)
Journalist, historian and naturalist living in Perth's eastern suburbs.
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Shakers' Beatles tribute marks Abbey Road's 50th anniversary
This year marks 50 years since The Beatles released their hugely popular Abbey Road album.

To celebrate the anniversary, sixties soul band The Milford Street Shakers will be performing their Rubber Souled tribute to the Fab Four at the newly opened Freo. Social venue.

The high powered nine-piece band brings its own inimitable approach to the music of The Beatles to Freo. Social on Saturday, May 11.

Rubber Souled covers other musicians' versions of Beatles classic hits with their own take on the music.

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The Milford Street Shakers are celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Beatles' 'Abbey Road' album with th=eir 'Rubber Souled' tribute show..


Band leader Dom D'Leno says the show will reinforce just why The Beatles are such an iconic group in a performance that both diehard Beatles fans and a younger audience will love.

The show features titles including I Want to Hold Your Hand, Eleanor Rigby and Hey Jude covered by the likes of Al Green, Aretha Franklin and Wilson Pickett.

Rubber Souled pays tribute to The Beatles sixth studio album, Rubber Soul.

DJ Razor Jack and WA band Murphy's Lore will be supporting The Milford Street Shakers at the dinner show concert.

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The Milford Street Shakers have fun rehearsing for their 'Rubber Souled' show at Freo. Social.


DJ Razor Jack focuses on the music of the 1960s with hot jazz, calypso, highlife and R&B music

Murphy's Lore, which features the vocal and instrumental talent of brothers Chris and Courtney Murphy, has been playing since the early 1990s.

Chris and Courtney became household names on Channel 10's Australian Idol.

Both general admittance and tickets for dinner and the show are available, but seating is limited to 160 and available on a first in best dressed basis. General admission tickets cost $47.94 and dinner and show tickets are $68.46 from www.moshtix.com.au

Dinner tickets include a choice of dishes from a variety of food trucks that will be a semi-permanent feature of the venue.

As well as table seating, rather than theatre-style seating, there will be a range of more casual spots to watch the show with some areas featuring high tables and stools and benches around the perimeters.
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Why? A fabulous interpretation of Beatles music at the newly opened Freo. Social venue.
When: 6pm, Saturday May 11
Where: Freo. Social, 179 High Street, Fremantle, Western Australia
Cost: $47.94 for general admission and $68.46 for dinner and the show.
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