A Beatles tribute band brings the sounds of the Fab Four to the Palace | Lifestyles


Forever Abbey Road, due to play at the Palace Theater at 7 p.m. on Friday September 30, is no Beatles knockoff.

It is an authentic musical event.

Instead of wearing wigs or makeup, the group spends all their time

create a show that shows what the Beatles might look like

if they were here today with today’s technology and modern rock energy.

Forever Abbey Road is made up of four professional Nashville musicians who realized the Beatles had inspired their lives and musical careers so much that they decided to start a band to honor them.

Band members John Salaway, Mike Cap, Josh Horne and Jay Szalay have worked with artists from Peter Frampton to Ben Folds, to fellow Beatles including Denny Laine and Steve Holley of Paul McCartney and Wings.

The name is inspired by “Abbey Road”, the latest Beatles album with the iconic photo of George Harrison, McCartney, Ringo Starr and John Lennon walking across the street to Abbey Road studios.

The quartet have toured all over the United States, becoming fan favorites wherever they go.

“Forever Abbey Road was phenomenal. Our Beatles fans were over the moon,” said Diana Mandley, owner of Bull and Thistle.

“Forever Abbey Road was truly a step back in time. You can close your eyes and watch a live Beatles concert. Their performance was perfect, note for note. I can’t wait to get them back,” said Open Chord owner Knoxville.

The Palace Theater is at 72 S. Main St., Crossville.

Reserved tickets for Forever Abbey Road cost $15, $20 and $25.

Call 931-484-6133 or visit palacetheatre-crossville.com for tickets to this and other Palace Theater events.


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