Alan's superb musical tribute to the world's best-loved musician. From Lennon's early days as a hard rocking Beatles in Hamburg, through the explosion that was Beatlemania, the swirling psychedelic era, onto Abbey Road, then transforming himself into a brilliant solo artist and eventually a fully fledged cultural icon, LENNON LEGEND takes in all stops on a truly magical mystery tour.
Not only does Alan Swoffer possess an uncanny likeness to his hero, but he is also a highly gifted entertainer who brings the unique persona of John Lennon to the stage in an amazingly accurate portrayal. Swoffer is ably supported by a cast of hand-picked professional musicians who faithfully recreate the sounds of Lennon live and on record.
If you require the later Lennon look you will need to provide make up and costumes with wig and a beard.
Dear Alan many thanks for entertaining us at out wedding last month you really do look like Lennon and people really enjoyed been photographed with a Legend! Your choice of music was Fab!!It certainly hit the right note with our mixture of guests,Vanessa and Alex & Eleanor and leexxx
For one night only Beatlemania was alive and kicking in Cuidad Quesada, and all for a worthwhile cause.On Saturday 7th March 2009, the Fab Four's memory was re-kindled in style at a charity fund raising event on behalf of A.P.A.H. Animal Rescue Charity. The Backbeat4, a fantastic Beatles Tribute Band, arranged through Pro Acts International Entertainment Agency, performed some of the Beatle's memorable songs of the sixties, in Goyo's Bar/Restaurant in Cuidad Quesada on Spain's Costa Blanca.
They were wonderfully supported by a young female singer called Shani Ormiston, whose voice was fantastically powerful for such a young singer. Their compare Bob also did a superb job of pulling the whole event together and was instrumental in helping A.P.A.H. to raise the sensational amount of 1,012.30 euros. An amount that surpassed everyone's expectations.
Everyone performing there that night gave their time for free and put their heart and soul into making it a memorable night for everyone who was there to support APAH. Amazingly enough there were people willing to travel from Murcia, and book a night's stay in a local Guesthouse, just to get the chance to enjoy the performance.
A writer for the Beatlemania Magazine also attended the event, and his wife donated 40 euros to APAH for the chance to hear John Lenon (AKA Alan Swoffer) sing the famous John Lenon song, Imagine. Which he did superbly.
The whole bar was rocking and singing to their favourite Beatles songs, and many people are still talking about the night, those who enjoyed it, and those who were disappointed to be refused tickets because the number of tickets recommended by the Bar were very quickly snapped up.
Luckily for APAH, The Backbeat4 have offered to hold two more Beatle's Nights during 2009, and APAH will be searching for a larger venue for the next event, as it soon became obvious that double, or maybe even treble the amount of tickets could easily have been sold.
All in all, a fantastic night, and we all eagerly look forward to the next one.
Just a quick note to say a big thanks for coming to our Fun Day, I think a good time was had by all, the atmosphere was really good and we have had excellent feed back, hope you are feeling better than you did on Sunday,Would you also say a big thanks to Alan and he wife for the donation for the meal at their restaurant, we will be coming up with our friends who won the meal a in couple of weeks. Once again Alan many thanks on behalf of K9. Regards
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