Beatlejuice is a New England-based Beatles cover band that featured the late Brad Delp, former front-man of the band Boston on vocals. Beatlejuice has the distinction of faithfully reproducing Beatles music note-for-note, from early Beatles to late Beatles, without costumes or stage gimmicks.
Beatlejuice is currently performing under the name Beatlejuice and Friends. It began as a series of shows at the Regent Theatre in Arlington, MA as a memorial concert to Brad Delp. Beatlejuice and Friends now plays regularly. Some performers include Jimmy Rogers of Velvet Elvis, Charlie Farren, Peter DiStefano, Mike Girard of The Fools, and more. Their primary lead singer is currently Bob Jennings. Beatlejuice is occasionally joined onstage by Joe Holaday's sons: Jared, who plays saxophone, and P.J., who plays drums.
Past band members
Tribute acts have notoriously imaginative names such as Beatlejuice (The Beatles), Gabba and Bjorn Again (above), (Abba), One Step Behind (Madness), Fred Zeppelin (Led Zeppelin), The Close Roses (Stone Roses), Westlike (Westlife), Take This (Take That) and Platinum Blondie (Blondie).
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Help! When Brad Delp committed suicide one year ago, the members of his wildly popular Beatles cover band decided to play on without him. But during their search for a new lead singer, a deeper struggle arose: How do you replace a legend?
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