"Wow, The Best of The Beatles #1's"
"Incredible...this is a great collection of Beatles songs, recorded by an amazing tribute group"
A supergroup of all-star musicians, whose credits include ‘Beatlemania’, perform classics BEATLES songs from the early “Black Suit” days up through the “Abbey Road” period.
Produced by Michael Vail Blum for Titan Tribute Media.
Michael Vail Blum is a seasoned engineer and producer of note, whose credits include multi-platinum artists such as Julian Lennon, Madonna, Roger Daltry, Led Zepagain, Kelly Clarkson, and Anastacia to name a few.
Alan LeBoeuf as “Paul McCartney”
Bass Guitar and Vocals
From Warren, NJ, Alan attended Rutgers University before pursuing a career in entertainment. Alans first major break was landing the role of 'Paul McCartney' in Broadway's 'Beatlemania’. After 2 years on Broadway, Alan moved to Nashville to form 'Baillie and The Boys'.
'Baillie and The Boys' were signed with RCA and had 7 straight top ten hits on the country charts. After 2 successful albums, Alan left the band to tour with 'Legends in Concert' and 'Beatlemania'. Alan also performed at EPCOT, Walt Disney World, Florida with 'The British Invasion' for four years.
Alan has toured extensively throughout Europe, Scandinavia, Russia, The United States, Japan, China, Australia and New Zealand.
Other credits include television appearances on 'The Nashville Network', Alan has written songs for Sawyer Brown, The Shooters and the
movie soundtrack to 'Head On' starring Sally Kellerman, as well as performances with Randy Travis, Dan Seals, Moe Bandy, The Ramones, Marie Osmond, Anne Murray, Lynn Anderson and Marty Stuart.
David Leon As “John Lennon”
Guitar and Vocals
After Graduating UCLA With a Degree In Film Production, David starred in the Broadway and motion picture production of “Beatlemania”, also playing his home town of Los at the Pantages and Shubert Theater. David has toured extensively throughout Europe, Scandinavia, Russia, The Middle East, The United States, Japan, China, Australia and New Zealand. David’s band “Helmet Boy” recorded an album for Electra Records. David has performed with such well known artists as: The Rembrandts, Rick Springfield, Mitch Ryder, Badfinger, Peter Noone and Herman’s Hermits, The Box Tops and Tiny Tim. David writes screenplays and has optioned two that are in production.
John Brosnan as “George Harrison”
Lead guitar and Vocals
John is a songwriter & musician and lives in London. He grew up in Melbourne & studied classical piano & theory at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music. He was a member of ‘Niki Phillips & The Corporation’ who had the Top 10 hit ‘Something About You’. He moved to London in 1992 and worked with Alex Smith (Moving Pictures) Malcolm Foster (Pretenders, Simple Minds) & Andy Thomson (Elton John, Meatloaf, Dire Straits) signed to Polygram. He lived in America from 1995 to 1997 where his band, signed to Sony in New York scored a Billboard Top 100 hit 'Something is Wrong'. He first began performing the role of George Harrison in 1999 and has since toured extensively throughout Europe, Scandinavia, Russia, The Middle East, The United States, Japan, China, Australia and New Zealand. He has toured with numerous productions, including 'All You Need Is Love', 'From The Cavern To The Rooftop', 'Beatles Live Festival', 'Twist and Shout', ‘She Loves You’ and has recorded a live CD with members of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. He has also filled the role of musical director for both ‘All You Need Is Love’ and ‘She Loves You’ - a show he produced for Royal Caribbean Cruises and Crystal Cruises. John has extensive experience playing all the eras of George's career - from the early 'Black suit' days of The Beatles right through to his solo career.
David Brighton as “George Harrison”
Lead guitar and vocal
David Brighton is a vocalist, guitarist and songwriter currently living in Los Angeles, who has toured the world with a variety of musical groups. His credits include: playing lead guitar in the hit arena rock band, Quiet Riot (in which he replaced the legendary lead guitarist, Randy Rhoads) and performing side by side with British rock icon, David Bowie. Brighton also played lead guitar with the renowned British Beatle’s spoof - Monty Python’s Neil Innes and The New Rutles. David has performed on bills with superstars such as Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Kenny Loggins, Barry Manilow and Little Richard, as well as with supergroups like Chicago, Three Dog Night, and KC & the Sunshine Band. He has also played on movie soundtracks, commercial jingles, and has sold many of his own original songs.
Since 1994, Brighton has enjoyed the hysteria that has gone along with portraying former Beatle, George Harrison in a number of the world's leading Beatle Tribute acts. Brighton has toured internationally with The Original Cast of Beatlemania, The Fab Four, 1964 (The Tribute), Twist And Shout, Ticket To Ride, Beatlemania Live, The British Invasion, and Classical Mystery Tour.
David has performed as "the quiet Beatle" in stadiums, arenas, concert halls, theaters, casinos, cruises, festivals, fairs, conventions, private
functions and corporate events… touring extensively throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Japan, Hong Kong, Australia, the Bahamas, Barbados and Puerto Rico. He has also performed at numerous private events for Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver… Brooke Shields, Dustin Hoffman, Martina McBride, Sylvester Stallone, Jay Leno, David Foster, Catherine Zeta Jones and Michael Douglas,
Barbara Streisand, Quincy Jones, Lisa Marie Presley and Nicholas Cage... to name a few.
Brighton's remarkable Harrison like presence on stage and his note for note attention to detail are his hallmark. "David Brighton is one of the busiest and finest Georges in the Beatle biz. Any show he does is a great show!" - Brian Penikas, BeatlemaniaAlumni.com
Carmine Grippo as "Ringo"
Born in New Haven, CT and now residing in Los Angeles, CA, Actor/Musician Carmine Grippo has appeared on Television and in Motion Pictures such as the "Tom Arnold Show", "Evening Shade", "Waynes World II", and "The Last Man Standing". In mid-1994 he joined "The Moptops" and has since appeared on numerous television programs such as NBC's "Dark Skies" as Ringo Starr. Carmine also toured with various Beatle Shows to Japan, Italy, France, Germany, UK, Japan, China, Australia, Ukraine, New Zealand and all across the United States.
Television credits include the Evening Shade, Cheers, Tom Arnold Show, Dark Skies, Beverly Hills 90210, “E” Channel (FYI show), Good Day L.A., Good Morning America,The Tonight Show
Film Credits include the Waynes World 2, Last Man Standing, Independence Day.
Stage credits include, All You Need is Love,The Moptops Show,Twist & Shout “ The Musical”
A Day In His Life, The “New” Rutles, Classical Mystrey Tour.
Carmine has performed with artists such as Gene Simmions (Kiss), Mickey Dolenz (Monkees)
Brian Johnson (AC/DC), Brain Howe (Bad Company)
Neil Innis (The Rutles/ Monty Python), Greg Philingaines.