#1
I was flipping through the channels and saw this Beatles cover band performing in front of a huge audience. Being a sucker for anything live music, I stopped to view. The lead singer was playing Hey Jude on the piano, in Beatles costume of course, and had the audacity to even mimic Paul McCartney's stupid facial expressions. You know, the puckered lips and all. How ridiculous is this?
#5
But what's the point of making a face like Paul McCartney. People aren't going to think they got to see him for 30 bucks.
#6
If only The Beatles were originally a drum and bass band.... Oh wait.


I'm so going to hell for either telling that "joke" or for being mean.
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#7
Quote by danohat
But what's the point of making a face like Paul McCartney. People aren't going to think they got to see him for 30 bucks.


It's a cover band. They try to be authentic as possible. Just accept them into your life and the pain will subside quickly.
#8
Part of the problem, I guess, is that I hate Paul McSmarmy.
Sorry all.
#9
Quote by danohat
I was flipping through the channels and saw this Beatles cover band performing in front of a huge audience. Being a sucker for anything live music, I stopped to view. The lead singer was playing Hey Jude on the piano, in Beatles costume of course, and had the audacity to even mimic Paul McCartney's stupid facial expressions. You know, the puckered lips and all. How ridiculous is this?



Audacity? I call that doing your research. What's the point of a tribute band if they're not going to strive for accuracy?


Get over yourself.
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#10
I live near a crap-load of casinos and a Beatles cover band plays at one of them quite a bit. I actually want to see them just to see how "authentic" they can get, but I'm not going to shell out the $35 for a ticket. I don't think that's worth it to see a band try to be the Beatles because no matter how good they are, in the end...they are still fake.
I guess they must be doing something right though as they just keep coming back to that casino.