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The Sheatles Explosive Energy Wins FPC Battle Of The Beatles Bands


The Sheatles - the breakthrough all female Beatles Tribute Band -  rocked Ella Lounge with a dynamite set to win The Flower Power Creative Battle Of The Beatles Bands.

The group's explosive talent will be featured at The Flower Power Creative Beatles 45 / Shea Stadium Celebration - with Guest Of Honour Sid Bernstein, the legendary music impresario who brought the Beatles to America - at Citi Field on 16 August.

A wave of joy raced through the room when the panel of 3 Judges - Sid Bernstein and Flower Power Creative co-founders Doug Levison and Neil Chaimas - announced their choice of The Sheatles. The trio of Judges agreed that the vibrancy of The Beatles made its way - in full flower - through The Sheatles and into the night.

The Sheatles - Kerri Parrott / Guitarist and Keyboards - Mimi Boswell / Lead Guitar - Lisa Coppola / Lead Vocals - Helena Holmes / Bass and Dena Tauriello / Percussion - tore through a remarkable repertoire of Beatles classics, including "Hello, Goodbye", Medley from "Abbey Road", "A Hard Day's Night", "Taxman", "Yer Blues", "Magical Mystery Tour" and "While My Guitar Gently Weeps".

The group's overwhelming stage presence - a combustion of musicality, harmonies, bond with the audience, stunning outfits and radiant beauty - transported the overflow crowd to a magical dimension of Peace and Love.

Honourable Mention to the pair of bands who were also part of the competition :

Something - an Acoustic Tribute Band - performed strongly, with "Help", "Birthday", "In My Life", "Something" and "Ticket To Ride" among their selected tunes.

The Silver Meetles - an urbane, urban 4-group - featured "She Loves You" , "And I Love Her", "If I Needed Someone", "You've Got To Hide Your Love Away" and "Norwegian Wood" in their set.

To paraphrase the Beatles  -  "A splendid time was energised for all."   






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