It was a Hard Day’s Night last Friday for St Paddy’s Day revellers at the Triple Crown.
Top tribute act Tom Jones – an amazing lookalike – and headline act the Classic Beatles – appropriately from Dublin – made special appearances to mark the celebrations.
‘Jon Jones’ put on a brilliant performance sending the ladies into a frenzy with hits that included What’s New Pussycat; Green Green Grass of Home; Sex Bomb and of course the ultimate Jones’ tune, Delilah.
The Classic Beatles proved the timelessness of Beatles music with the mostly young audience – another whole new generation of Beatles’ fans.
Beatles’ producer Sir George Martin is quoted as saying the vocal resemblance to the Fab Four is uncanny. And this audience certainly agreed.
In fact, the Dublin quartet is the only Beatles tribute band in the world to have worked with the legendary ‘Fifth Beatle’ having performed with his 70-piece orchestra at sell-out performances in Dublin’s National Concert Hall. The guys have also performed for Her Majesty The Queen.
The lead singer was brilliant as Paul and belted out all the old favourites including Get Back; Hello Goodbye; Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band; Help and I am The Walrus.
They ended the evening disappointingly earlier than had been expected due to a licencing let-down with what is probably the ultimate Beatles song Hey Jude. And the sell-out crowd called out for more, and more, and more……