Gold Coast Arts Center & Love Revolution Present: 1968 & Beyond

Steve Sgambati captures the essence of John Lennon in a tribute performance that will spotlight 1968, marking the 50th anniversary of the Beatles White Album. Mr. Sgambati fronts a rocking band that includes original Plastic Ono Elephants Memory Band bassist Gary Van Scyoc. The show highlights Lennon’s tracks from this iconic double album and other classic songs from the Beatles and solo Lennon catalogs.

Band Lineup:

Steve Sgambati – guitar | harmonica | vocals
Gary Van Scyoc – bass guitar | vocals
Jimmy McElligott – lead guitar | vocals
Richard Forman – keys | vocals
Tom Christie – drums | vocals

Steve Sgambati as John Lennon:

Steve Sgambati has been performing in Beatles Tribute shows throughout the country and abroad since 1994. Beginning with his band, The Remnants, they became world acclaimed performers as one of the chosen bands to represent America at International Beatles Week in 1999, with a draw of 350,000 people in the city of Liverpool.  The Cavern Club and The Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts drew rave reviews at their debut, inviting the band back in 2000 for encore performances.  Over the past 20 years, Steve has been performing as John and has teamed up with numerous Beatles acts, including original cast members of Beatlemania, and has had the honor of working with many Rock and Roll Greats - Al Jardine of The Beach Boys, Wilson Phillips, Gerry Marsden of Gerry and the Pacemakers, Dee Snider of Twisted Sister, Steve Holley – Paul McCartney’s drummer from Wings, along with John Lennon’s keyboard player and bass guitar player of the Plastic Ono Elephants Memory Band, Adam Ippolito and Gary Van Scyoc.  Gary has now teamed up with Steve along with lead guitarist Jimmy McElligott (“Jimmy Mack”) adding a “slice of Lennon” to the show.

For tickets- please call 516-829-2570

Help Feed The Hungry on Long Island:

We will be collecting cans of food to be donated to NEILS WHEELS.