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Wonderous Stories -The Concert for Bangladesh Re-visited (An All Star Tribute to George Harrison)
Saturday, February 25 2017
7PM Doors / 8PM Show
$47 Front Orchestra; $37 Rear Orchestra; $47 Loge; $32 Balcony; $37 Standing Room Only
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$2 from every ticket sold is being donated to St. Judes

The Concert for Bangladesh Re-visited (An All Star Tribute to George Harrison)
This show will be held right on George Harrisons birthday .
In 1971 Harrison held the first large scale rock and roll benefit at Madison Square Garden for the people of Bangladesh using sitars and other Indian instruments and of course he had superstars Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan Leon Russel ,Badfinger , Billy Preston and more .
For 3 years in a row 2007-08 & 09 Wonderous Stories along with a super big band played the George Harrison’s "Concert for Bangladesh" in it’s entirety at BB Kings Club in Manhattan to sold out audiences . We again played the show in 2011 and 2013 at The Highline Ballroom . In those years special guests have included members and former members of... Badfinger , Paul McCartneys Wings , Alan Parsons Project, Vanilla Fudge, The Hooters, Zebra, Tower of Power, Ted Nugent, Dire Straits, The Soul Survivors and much more. We have also had people who were behind the scenes at the original 1971 Bangladesh show and special guest promoter Sid bernstien (Beatles at Shea).

After a few years hiatus the band is back and ready to finally play the show on Long Island . Plans are already in the works to make this the most memorable of them all with very special guests to be announced and added to the show as we get closer. We already have many of the performers confirmed from the bands mentioned above and are ready to add some notable national performers ! The bigger stage at the Space at Westbury will help out the extremely big band.

Sit back and enjoy the massive Wall of Sound as we present the"Concert for Bangladesh" plus extra songs performed by our guests who made them famous and some George songs that were sorely missed at the original show !!!! A portion of the money from this show will be donated to the Saint Judes Childrens cancer hospital in the memory of George Harrison who died of cancer in 2001 !

Here are the amazing band members and some of who they’ve played with . Some BIG names will be added as we get closer to the date . Some of our biggest guests were last minute !!

Tommy Williams ,Kenny Forgione ,Kevin McCann , Ricky Martinez and Mark Bonder - Wonderous Stories (Core band for the night)

Steve Holley (Drums) - Wings, Julian Lennon, Ian Hunter ... & more
Godfrey Townsend (Guitar)- John Entwistle , Jack Bruce , Alan Parsons live project , The Turtles ...& more

Arno Hecht (Sax) - J Geils , Dion, Buster Poindexter ,Uptown Horns & more

Ron Aprea (Sax) - John Lennon & more
Tom Bowes (Vocals) - Tower of Power , Funk Filharmonik & more
Tommy Mandel (Keyboards) - Bryan Adams , Ian Hunter , Dire Straits & more

John Montagna (Bass) - Alan Parsons live project , Happy together tour, Hippie fest tour & more
Jann Klose (Vocals) - He is the singing voice of Tim Buckley in the movie " Greetings from Tim Buckley" & more

Phil Granger (Trumpet) - Jay and the Americans & more
Ed Ryan (Vocals) - The Ed Ryan band , The Underdogs, Wide awake & more

John Merjave (guitar/sitar) - The Weeklings , Liverpool , 27 West & more
Andy Marshall (Delruba an Indian instrument)
George Marshall (Soundman extraordinaire)

Tom SanFilipo (guitar) - Half Step & more

Other fantastic members are Rich Zukor (drums), Frank Walker(guitar) Lester Saldinger (Bass) -singers Sue Turner , Holli Larocca , Laura Press and Christine Cariola

Joey Molland - Bafinger May Pang - producer of John Lennon’s "Walls and Bridges" album and part of Lennon’s famed "Lost Weekend" which lasted 1 1/2 years
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