Performing the Beatles since 1986, Las Vegas based Yesterday tours not only in the U.S. but Internationally. With seven tours of Japan, dozens more to Canada, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Bahamas, and United States military bases throughout the World, these entertainers have performed on five continents.
Yesterday has been featured on radio and television, and in magazine publications. Among these are Rolling Stone Magazine, NBC, CBS, and ABC, Dick Clark’s “Your Big Break” and Ed McMahon’s “Star Search”.
Invited by the U.S. Postal Service to entertain at the unveiling of the “Yellow Submarine” Postage Stamp, Yesterday performed at the prestigious Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.
Joining forces with Yesterday Productions, the largest Beatles Tribute Production Company in the world, Yesterday’s most recent show, “The British Are Coming!” was developed in the summer of 2006. Depicting the Beatles “Live” U. S. performances, The British Are Coming! is performed nightly to standing room only audiences by Yesterday show bands in Atlantic City at The Tropicana Hotel and Casino’s Liverpool Club Theater and in Lake Tahoe at The Horizon Resort Casino’s Golden Cabaret Theater.
The Liverpool Club setting, created specifically for Yesterday by the Tropicana, is a reproduction of the famed Cavern Club.
The Lake Tahoe show opens again over Labor Day, 2009, and runs through out 2010.
Atlantic City's Liverpool Club venue has extended "The British Are Coming !" indefinitely!
Yesterday’s Touring Cast continues to perform at theaters across the nation. Expertly performing all eras of Beatles music, members of Yesterday’s show bands and touring cast are among the top artist’s in today’s Beatle Tribute world.
The resident Beatles Show Band for “Legends In Concert,” the world’s premier and longest running tribute show, Yesterday performs at the Imperial Palace Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada and Legends Family Theater in Branson, Missouri.
Yesterday is featured with other Las Vegas celebrities on video at McCarran International Airport, welcoming all to the ‘Entertainment Capital of the World’… Las Vegas!
Providing charts for a 50 piece orchestra, Yesterday has performed over the last ten years with many of today’s most renowned Symphonies in their “POPS” series with scores for such Beatles classics as “Something”, “A Day In The Life,” “Penny Lane” and “Sgt. Pepper”.
A YESTERDAY PRODUCTIONS PRESENTATION
Barbara McKeown, Producer