Win Tickets: ‘The Beatles’ ‘Revolver’ In Concert Plus the Best of 1966′ at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles Sunday, June 2

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Here’s a special opportunity for those in the Los Angeles area. This Sunday, a very special show will be put on at the Grammy Museum in downtown L.A. celebrating the BeatlesRevolver album — and we have some tickets to give away. (Tickets may also be purchased at this link).

First, the details:

The Beatles’ “Revolver” In Concert plus the Best of 1966 will be hosted by Chris Carter of “Breakfast With the Beatles” on KLOS FM and on the Beatles Channel on SiriusXM, and Chris Carter’s British Invasion on Little Steven’s Underground Garage.

Participating musicians include:

Kenn Ellner, lead singer of Count Five
Dennis Tufano, former lead vocalist of the Buckinghams
Don Baskin, lead singer and Bob Gonzalez, bassist of Syndicate of Sound
Elliot Easton of the Cars
Jamie Savko
The Byrds’ John York
Gary Myrick
With Jeff Alan Ross, Bill Cinque, Christopher Allis, and Rob Bonfiglio
And more to be announced.

The giveaway period is over, but you may purchase tickets to the event at this link.

(Note: entrants will also be added to our Rock Cellar eNewsletter, which you may unsubscribe from at any time).

More about the Grammy Museum show:

In addition to the complete Revolver, the show will touch on other highlights from what was arguably popular music’s greatest year, 1966. Some highlights from the Rolling Stones seminal album Aftermath will be touched on, as well as songs from the Kinks, Yardbirds and more.

We’ll take full advantage of the presence of Count Five’s lead singer Kenn Ellner to have him perform their classic Top 10 single, “Psychotic Reaction”; lead singer/guitarist Don Baskin and bassist Bob Gonzalez of Syndicate of Sound will give us their Top 10 “Little Girl”; and the former lead singer of the Buckinghams-and the voice of their hit records of the 60s-gives us “Kind of a Drag”. They’ll help as well with the Beatles and other 1966 classics.

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