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Aspen Fourth of July 2015

Doctor Robert, The Beatles Tribute from Crested Butte, headlined it’s second consecutive Fourth of July celebration in Wagner Park this past weekend. We can’t thank The Aspen Chamber Resort Association, Alchemy Concert Systems, and the thousands of Beatles fans enough for another amazing night of music in downtown Aspen. It was the final show of an unforgettable three-night run of Beatles music that started in Salida for Thursdays @ Six at Riverside Amphitheater on July 2nd, followed by a rare club gig at Samana Lounge in Vail Village on July 3rd. All three nights brought a different enthusiastic crowd, and we we’re so grateful for how much fun everyone has at Doctor Robert shows.
Here are some recordings from Aspen:
I Saw Her Standing There

Hey Jude

Twist and Shout

Back in the USSR

Dear Prudence

Don’t Let Me Down

Birthday

Something

I’ve Just Seen a Face

Here Comes The Sun

A Hard Day’s Night

Ob La Di Ob La Da

One After 909

Inn at Aspen, Samana Lounge Vail

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Last weekend Doctor Robert, The Beatles tribute, played two new venues, The Inn at Aspen and Samana Lounge in Vail. After our “First Fridays” show at Black Nugget in Carbondale, we had an earlier performance for apres ski at The Inn at Aspen. This was our first show in Aspen since The Fourth of July last summer, and it seems we weren’t forgotten! Thanks to the many “regulars” that came out, as well as any first-timers, we can’t believe how much fun it is to play in Aspen! We’re working on booking at least one more show before ski season ends, keep an eye on http://www.DoctorRobertTribute.com/shows for updates to our schedule.

On Sunday, we made our way to The Samana Lounge in Vail. The World Cup was in town, so the Sunday show was full of music fans from around the world. Thanks to everyone that made for a great first show at Samana! We met people from 21 to 81 years young, from places like Argentina and the Ukraine. It just kept getting more crowded and more enthusiastic as the night went on, with the peak of the evening coming during the “Hey Jude” encore. What a great “community” experience, watching people that have never met each other joined arm-in-arm, singing their hearts out to the greatest rock and roll music ever written.