Lennon Live (John Lennon Tribute)

Lennon Live (John Lennon Tribute)

Jun 2 2019 · Sun

Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

$12 Advance / $15 Day of Show / $25 Seated

This event is 21 and over

Lennon Live (John Lennon Tribute)
Lennon Live (John Lennon Tribute)
Imagine it....Back on Earth by popular demand....for 1 night only!
John Lennon with a rockin' band...up close and personal, at your favorite concert venue to take you through his life and songs (from beginning to end)... "LENNON LIVE"!

About Scot Michael Arch (vocals, electric guitars, acoustic guitars, harmonicas & keyboards):

Having grown up in the Delaware County suburbs of Philadelphia, Scot spent many hours in the recording studio with The Arch-Parker Band, an aspiring original Act hoping to score a recording contract, as well as performing in numerous local club-party bands such as Panik, Jellyroll and an "unplugged" incarnation of Egdon Heath. Expanding his horizons, Scot then performed with original cast members of "Beatlemania", the Tony Award winning Broadway show from the 70's/80's. He then began to produce and perform in his own presentation, "Beatlemania Now"... a tribute to the 60's and the group that shaped them... the Beatles... a reprise of the aforementioned "Beatlemania", which he of course continues today.

Scot and "Beatlemania Now" have performed throughout Cities in the United States and in countries as far away as Moscow, Brazil, Uraguay, Argentina, Panama, Curacao, Mexico and Spain, and have shared the stages with Artists such as Billy Joel, Cheap Trick, America, Wilson Pickett, Cinderella, The Hooters, Felix Cavelieri of the Rascals, Blood Sweat and Tears, Mitch Ryder of the Detroit Wheels and The Rip Chords just to name some.

In 2014 Scot and "Beatlemania Now" were chosen and selected from the most Elite Beatles Tribute Acts in the Country, to re-create The Beatles very 1st Concert in America on it's February 11, 1964 50th Anniversary, at the Washington Coliseum Arena in Washington, DC. In doing so Beatlemania Now followed Tommy Roe, the "Opener" from the original 1964 Concert, and performed to another "Sold-Out" crowd at the very same Washington Coliseum. This celebration Event was covered by and on News Outlets of all types throughout the World.

Scot's portrayal of John is so spot on that he was chosen and filmed against a green screen backdrop and used as the template for John Lennon in the 2009 "The Beatles Rock Band" game.

Scot is a devoted vintage guitar collector and plans have been in the works to publish a book featuring his world renowned collection of more than 100 guitars.
Venue Information:
The Ardmore Music Hall
23 East Lancaster Ave
Ardmore, PA, 19003
http://www.ardmoremusic.com