Paul, the Beatle Tribute Show at LHS February 16th

Lamar High School

In a brilliant one-man Beatlemania show, Bob Halligan, Jr. portrays Paul McCartney through his career – as a Beatle and as a solo artist in a singer-songwriter, theatrical format involving music, dialogue and onstage wardrobe changes.

The Southeast Colorado Concert Association brings this delightful show to Lamar on Saturday, February 16th at the Lamar High School Auditorium at 7:00 p.m. Use your Season Concert tickets or purchase a single performance ticket at the door – $17 for adults or $7 for students.

Paul has a conversation with the audience-and himself- that inevitably leads to the songs we so deeply love. Through the laughter and the tears (and the clothes), Paul traces the band’s musical journey and his contributions to it, doing so with no back-up musicians, only Paul on keyboard, guitar and bass. As group unity frays, he begins to muse about where he might go musically after the breakup. And he even takes requests!

This show is not just any Beatle Tribute show. Bob Halligan Jr. takes it to a different and compelling level that shines a light on the master-mind of Beatle Paul McCartney. The dialogue enhances the performance and Bob Halligan’s voice is magic.

Bob Halligan Jr. has written many songs and has sung on recordings with Billy Joel and others. He is an Adjunct Professor at Syracuse University where he teaches song-writing, film scoring, music business, and a Beatles class.

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