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Wonderous Stories: John Lennon Tribute
Saturday, December 09 2017
7PM Doors / 8PM Show
$40 Front Orchestra; $30 Rear Orchestra; $40 Loge; $25 Balcony

Artist Bio

You never know what you’re going to hear, because they never know what they’re going to play. Wonderous Stories works without a setlist and is always willing to try something new...even without a net!

Founded as a trio in the early-1990s, Wonderous Stories has snowballed into one of the highest-drawing bands on Long Island. The band plays regularly at LI’s summer concert venues, as well as large venues in New York City.

They have performed many albums in their entirety, including:
Abbey Road, Magical Mystery Tour, Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band, Dark Side of the Moon,Let it be, Yellow Submarine,Close to the edge, Who’s next and The Who’s Tommy.

John Lennon/Mystery Tour show has these great musicians lined up. STAY TUNED for more announcements!

Mark Hudson - Some of Marks credits include co-writing 12 Aerosmith songs including "Living on the edge" . He
co-produced 9 Ringo Starr solo albums and co-wrote some songs for Ringo too . He was also one of the famed Hudson brothers. Mark can sing his ass off !

Denny Laine - Denny was in the very first li...neup of The Moody Blues and sang the #1 hit Go now. He joined Ginger Bakers Airforce in 1971. After that he played and sang on every one of Paul McCartney and Wings albums. He wrote some of the songs also.

Steve Holley - Steve was Paul McCartney and Wings drummer from 1978 til 1981. He was also the drummer for Julian Lennons great album Valotte . He has recorded with Elton John , Joe Cocker, Chuck Berry and countless others. He currently does tours with Ian Hunter of Mott the Hoople.

Godfrey Townsend - Godfrey is the current guitar player for the Turtles Happy Together Tours and plays for all the stars that had hits that are on the tour each year. He was the guitarist for John Entwistle of The Who in "The John Entwistle band ". He also played for 7 years with the Alan parsons live project. He has played with Jack Bruce of Cream , Dave Mason of Traffic , Mitch Ryder of the Detroit Wheels and many others.

Gary Van Scyoc - Gary was the great bassist from John Lennons famed early 70’s period with the Elephants Memory Band and plays on the double album "Sometime in New York City".The album contains the rocking song "New York City" the controversial "Woman is the nigger of the world" and the stark and gripping "Cold Turkey" He is seen in many of the documentary’s about John Lennons life and solo career. He has played with many well known rockers and we are happy to have him at our Lennon tribute.
Gene Cornish - Lead guitarist for the multi million selling 60’s group "The Young Rascals"

A special appearance by Annie Haslam- Lead singer of "Renaissance"

John Montagna - fantastic bassist/guitarist

Long Island super group "Wonderous Stories" includes
Tommy Williams - Guitar ,bass and vocals
Mark Bonder - Keyboards and vocals
Kevin McCann - Guitar and bass
Kenny Forgione - Guitar, bass and vocals
Ricky Martinez - drums ,percussion and vocals

Ed Ryan - Fantastic vocalist/performer and amazing red hair

Unbelievable Horn section includes
Phil Granger - Trumpet
John Marshal - Sax and flute
Jeff Lang - Sax and flute
Joel Levy -
Many of the songs that will be played will be some performed on the original albums that these guests have played on . There will also be some surpize songs !
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