Hard Nights Day is rated among the top national Beatle groups performing today, and is dedicated to the Beatles’ touring performance standard of playing without recordings or click-tracks. The band performs songs exactly as the Beatles did: musicians on stage, in pseudo character as John, Paul (left handed), George, and Ringo, with authentic Epiphone, Hofner, Gretsch, Rickenbacker, and Ludwig instruments, playing the world-famous songs note-for-note.
Beatle fans will appreciate that A Hard Night’s Day has played at the Cavern Club in Liverpool, the Kaiserkeller in Hamburg, and recorded in Abbey Road Studios in Studio 2. This makes them a bona fide “tribute” band with clout. With a catalog of over 200 songs, they are at the top of the heap- so much so that Allan Williams, self-proclaimed original manager of the Beatles, introduced A Hard Night’s Day in Liverpool’s Town Hall once during Beatle Week and gave them a “9 out of 10” rating. A Hard Night’s Day is booked a year-round now with standing gigs at multiple DFW locations. They’ve done several state tours, played at extravagant wedding receptions all over the country as well as multiple shows overseas.
It was almost 50 years ago, September 18, 1964, that the Beatles did their one and only concert in Dallas at the Dallas Memorial Auditorium. The ticket prices were $2.50 to $5.50, lasted 30 minutes, and was seen by 10,500 people. To think…. for a mere 10 to 20 bucks (all fees and tax included) you can catch 5 guys doing the songs they, and we, all love. Cause in the end, if all of us and the original Beatles can agree on one thing, it’s that love’s the greatest thing.