Friday, 21 January 2011
Bootleg Beatles Looking for new John Lennon
Formed over 30 years ago, the group have been the most sought after Beatles replicators on the music scene and are now looking for a new John Lennon to replace the current Lennon-alike, Neil Harrison who is retiring after 31 years with the group.
The bands flawless and authentic performances have wowed audiences and media alike.
Even former Beatle, George Harrison, was impressed enough to quip 'You probably know the chords better than I do!' after seeing their performance.
So, outstanding musicianship and vocals are a must - a physical resemblance to the great man himself wouldn't go amiss either!
The Bootleg Beatles perform over 30 UK theatres & arena shows a year, including their annual sell-out date at the Royal Albert Hall.
Last year saw the band tour South America & Europe as well as performing a headline set on the Acoustic Stage at Glastonbury Festival.
Auditions for the position is open to anyone and anyone with big aspirations and talent to match can apply by sending an mp4, CV and photo to firstname.lastname@example.org.