Let It Be - The Beatles Tribute is a spectacular theatrical concert

Relive The Beatles’ meteoric rise from their humble beginnings in Liverpool’s Cavern Club, through the heights

of Beatlemania, to their later studio masterpieces with live performances of early tracks including 

Till There was You, She Loves You and Day Tripper, as well as global mega-hits,

Come Together, Here Comes the Sun and of course, Let It Be.

Experience this multimedia spectacle which takes you back to the

 magical sixties when all you needed was love, and a little help from your friends !


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John is played by Rob Staple who grew up around the NYC music scene where he performed at the legendary CBGB,  Kenny’s Castaways, and The Bitter End.  Rob studied voice and guitar at NYU.  He has fronted every group that he has been in playing guitar, bass and piano.  Now he flawlessly pays tribute to his lifelong hero in  Let It Be.  His “Lennonesque” antics and his strong “spot on” vocal delivery creates a stunning rendition.  Rob uses  Rickenbacker,  Epiphone, Gibson, and Fender guitars and plays a Martin D-28 and a Fender Bass VI.


Paul is played by Jeff Black from New York City. His baby-face good looks and boyish charm make him a natural for the part of Paul. He has toured with veteran rock acts such as Chuck Berry, Dion and the late Del Shannon. Jeff is an accomplished singer and composer with a gold record to his credit. His powerful voice and strong high range make him perfect for the role of Paul. Jeff plays a left handed 1963 Hofner 500/1 bass, a left handed Rickenbacker 4001 bass,  grand piano and uses a Vox Super Beatle amplifier.


George, performed by Keith Rodgers (aka Krod), has played in “A Circuit” bands up and down the East Coast. He credits the development of his Harrison like style to an extended stay at the La Mama Theater in New York’s East Village. Keith’s self-produced Beatles cover album, recorded with his family members, highlights his ability as a superb vocalist and a melodic guitar player. Keith plays Gretch and Fender guitars and fills in on Bass occasionally.



Ringo is portrayed by Doug Goethel of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He is an accomplished drummer and has toured with several of the original Broadway cast members of “Beatlemania.” He recalls his career highlight as playing before 56,000 screaming Beatle fans  at Three River Stadium in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. Even after playing with Peter Noone of “Herman’s Hermits” and Davy Jones of “The Monkees”, Doug admits that playing Ringo in Let It Be is the ultimate tribute.Doug uses Ludwig drums.


(Video) The Early Beatles  
VIDEO (Vintage) Let It Be LIVE IN CONCERT (Video)
Let It Be Live at The Reilly Arts Center (Video)