The Embodiment of the Fab 4
The Whole Package
If you haven’t seen Britain’s Finest in action, you’ve been missing out on a terrific show that brings families and friends together for a wonderful time filled with singing and joy. The appeal for the music transcends all audiences of any age. You’ll notice that the chemistry between the lads is apparent to all who watch and is contagious to say the least. If you’re a Beatles fan and have always wished you could see them, Britain’s Finest may be just what you’re looking for. If you’ve seen the REAL Beatles and wish you could relive the magic, then Britain’s Finest wants to help transport you back to that wonderful moment in time. Their youthful appearance and their uncanny resemblance to the Lads themselves will keep you smiling throughout the show.
In the Media
Britain’s Finest was featured twice on AXS TV’s “The World’s Greatest Tribute Bands”, they held the top four spots in the Volume 5 compilation song chart of the same name available on iTunes. On Chris Carter’s Sunday morning’s “Breakfast with the Beatles” show on KLOS 95.5, Chris Carter said, “Interviewing Britain’s Finest must have been what it would’ve been like interviewing the Beatles”, which was a huge compliment. Britain’s Finest was also featured in an article by Niki Payne on CBS Los Angeles, Best Tribute bands in LA. She wrote, “Britain’s Finest is as close to the real deal as you may ever find in this lifetime”. Lee DeCarlo, recording engineer for John Lennon’s “Double Fantasy” album said after a performance at a private event, “ You guys are really great, you remind me so much of the lads”.