Hot Picks: '1964,' Black Tie Poetry, Larry Miller
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Rock: Just like yesterday
It's been 40 years -- yes, 40 -- since the Beatles performed live. And that was a brief, impromptu gig on the roof of their Apple headquarters in London.
Since then, the thirst for all things Beatles has, if anything, increased, partially because of the quartet's incomparable legacy, partially because they lived out the old show business axiom of quitting while ahead.
In "1964 ... the Tribute," which stops Friday at the Benedum Center, Downtown, four lads (all from Ohio) come as close as possible to the Beatles experience without resurrecting George and John. The four are use vintage instruments and suits and are sheared with the …
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