Monthly Archives: August 2014

The World’s Greatest Tribute Bands Returns September 2014 – Band Announced


Starting September 9, AXS-TV is moving World’s Greatest Tribute Bands moves to Tuesday nights at 9 PM and will package it with a new concert series, TheHeadliners Club Series Presented by Budweiser at 11:30 PM.

The show returns to the Whisky A Go-Go in Hollywood for its fourth season with host and executive producer Katie Daryl.

Sept. 9 – Justin Shandor: a Tribute to Elvis ***Extended Version***
Sept. 16 – Pyromania: a Tribute to Def Leppard
Sept. 23 – Fortunate Son: a Tribute to Creedence Clearwater Revival
Sept. 30 – Billy Joel 2 Elton John: a Tribute to Billy Joel and Elton John
Oct. 7 – Dog N Butterfly: a Tribute to Heart
Oct. 14 – Fan Halen: a Tribute to Van Halen
Oct. 28 – Ozzmania: a Tribute to Ozzy Osborne & Black Sabbath
Nov. 4 – Bostyx: a Tribute to Boston & Styx
Nov. 11 – The Ten Band: a Tribute to Pearl Jam
Nov. 18 – Southbound and Company: a Tribute to Lynyrd Skynyrd
Nov. 25 – Blonde Day: a Tribute to Blondie
Dec. 2 – Super Diamond: a Tribute to Neil Diamond




This season, Constitution Park is celebrating a them with the year 1964.    Seeing The Fab Four in Camarillo to celebrate The Beatles 50th anniversary was an absolute no-brainer.      You can set up camp and claim your spot in the park to see the show 2 days prior to the actual concert.    

Easily the greatest Beatles tribute band in the world, there isn’t another band that even remotely comes close to the quality and perfection of their live shows.      About a year ago, they put on an incredible live TV performance for AXS TV’s The World’s Greatest Tribute Bands at the Roxy in West Hollywood , which they rightfully lived up to the title of being the best.    They proved it again when they delivered another stunning performance at The Canyon Club in Agoura earlier this year. 

Ardy Sarraf as Paul McCartney, Ron McNeil as John Lennon, Gavin Pring as George Harrison,  and Erik Fidel as Ringo Starr absolutely nailed the live performance experience of The Beatles.   It literally feels like taking a trip back in time watching the band play an incredible set list of the different eras of The Beatles – complete with wardrobe changes and all. 

To start the show, Ed Sullivan comes out and tells the audience to take as many pictures, even with flash and videos that they can.     How cool is that?

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iTunes The World’s Greatest Tribute Bands Volume 1