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Snowmass Club, three20south Breckenridge

Doctor Robert, The Beatles tribute played the first shows on 2014 at The Snowmass Club and three20south this past weekend. Both shows were amazing, we can’t thank everyone enough for making our weekend so fun. This was our first visit to the Snowmass Club, and third show at three20south. Both shows had a much different age group, only proving that Beatles songs can inspire anyone to get into the music. We don’t have any recordings from the show in Snowmass, but here are some videos from Saturday night at three20south in Breckenridge:



Salida Thursdays @ 6, three20south Breckenridge, Boulder Beer Company

It’s getting better all the time…”

People frequently ask us if we get tired of playing Beatles music all the time. Our Doctor Robert Beatles tribute project is truly an amazing experience, and we love playing this music all around Colorado. Not only is their catalog diverse, but the instrumentation and vocals always provide a challenge for every show, especially since we play 40-50 songs for a typical performance. The reaction we get from fans of all ages also helps keep the good energy within us. Our recent shows at Riverside Amphitheater in Salida, three20south in Breckenridge, and Boulder Beer in Boulder were perfect examples of the band/audience feedback loop. The more the crowd gets into our show, the more inspired we play. Thanks to everyone for the support over the last weekend of June, we can’t wait to return to all three venues. All three shows were recorded, so scroll down to hear songs from the weekend.

Here are some recordings from June 27 at Riverside Amphitheater in Salida:
(Riverside 6 27 13) Yellow Submarine
(Riverside 6 27 13) When I’m Sixty Four
(Riverside 6 27 13) The Word
(Riverside 6 27 13) A Day in the Life
(Riverside 6 27 13) She Loves You
(Riverside 6 27 13) Ob La Di Ob La Da
(Riverside 6 27 13) I Don’t Want to Spoil the Party
(Riverside 6 27 13) Girl
(Riverside 6 27 13) Ballad of John and Yoko
(Riverside 6 27 13) Act Naturally

Songs from June 28 at three20south in Breckenridge:
(three20south 6 28 13) Glass Onion — Ob La Di Ob La Da
(three20south 6 28 13) Got To Get You Into My Life — Baby You’re a Rich Man
(three20south 6 28 13) Helter Skelter — War Pigs
(three20south 6 28 13) I Want You (She’s So Heavy)
(three20south 6 28 13) It Won’t Be Long
(three20south 6 28 13) Let It Be
(three20south 6 28 13) You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away
(three20south 6 28 13) You Won’t See Me
(three20south 6 28 13) You Can’t Do That
(three20south 6 28 13) While My Guitar Gently Weeps
(three20south 6 28 13) Paperback Writer — Twist and Shout
(three20south 6 28 13) Mean Mr. Mustard — Polythene Pam — She Came in Through the Bathroom Window

And Boulder Beer Company on June 29:
(Boulder Beer 6 29 13) With a Little Help From My Friends
(Boulder Beer 6 29 13) The Night Before
(Boulder Beer 6 29 13) Tell Me Why
(Boulder Beer 6 29 13) Something
(Boulder Beer 6 29 13) Revolution
(Boulder Beer 6 29 13) Paperback Writer
(Boulder Beer 6 29 13) Old Brown Shoe
(Boulder Beer 6 29 13) Nowhere Man
(Boulder Beer 6 29 13) If I Need Someone — Run For Your Life
(Boulder Beer 6 29 13) I Feel Fine
(Boulder Beer 6 29 13) I Am The Walrus
(Boulder Beer 6 29 13) Here Comes the Sun
(Boulder Beer 6 29 13) Help!
(Boulder Beer 6 29 13) Happiness Is A Warm Gun
(Boulder Beer 6 29 13) Doctor Robert
(Boulder Beer 6 29 13) Baby’s in Black
(Boulder Beer 6 29 13) And Your Bird Can Sing

three20south and Tugboat

Doctor Robert performed its Colorado style Beatles tribute last weekend at three20south in Breckenridge and The Tugboat in Steamboat Springs. This was our first visit to each of these towns, and we loved playing both of these classic mountain town music venues. Both nights brought out a very enthusiastic crowd, full of Beatles fanatics of all generations. We appreciate everyone singing and dancing all night both nights, and can’t wait to return to both three20south and Tugboat.

We recorded some audio from both nights as usual, so here’s a handful of songs from three20south in Breckenridge. This was recorded on stage in front of Kevin’s monitor, so his vocals are a touch loud, but you get the idea:
You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away
While My Guitar Gently Weeps
Taxman
Love Me Do
I’m Looking Through You
Hey Jude

And here’s a few from Tugboat, recorded above the soundboard in the audience:
Please Please Me
Strawberry Fields Forever — With a Little Help From My Friends
One After 909
I’m So Tired — I’ve Got a Feeling
I Don’t Want to Spoil the Party
Come Together — Money
All Together Now

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