One Sweet Dream: The Paul McCartney Experience
Celebrating Sir Paul's 70th Birthday & 30th Anniversary of the 'Tug of War' Album!
Friday Jun. 1, 8:00PM
Tickets: Reserved Seating
$28/Preferred (Rows A-F Center Orchestra)
$12/Kids (Under 12)
Regent members save $3!
Dinner & Show packages available by calling the box office at 781-646-4849 (includes 3-course dinner and ticket to the show!) for Flora Restaurant ($50), Gemma Ristorante ($50), or Fusion Taste Restaurant ($40).
Friday - June 1st - 8pm
Sunday - June 3rd - 3pm
Friday’s concert lands on the 45th anniversary of release of The Beatles “Sgt. Pepper” album. To honor the occasion, One Sweet Dream will be adding Paul’s “Pepper” songs to its set list for this show only!
In celebration of the 70th birthday of Paul McCartney this June, along with the 30th anniversary of his 1982 critically acclamied album “Tug Of War”, “One Sweet Dream: The Paul McCartney Experience!” embarks on “The Hundred Years’ Tour” for 2012. The concerts will showcase McCartney’s legendary song catalog with both The Beatles and Wings, as well as selections from his “Tug Of War” album.
Mike Miller has been entertaining audiences as Paul McCartney here and abroad for 20 years. His uncanny interpretation of “the cute one” has earned him national media acclaim including appearances on CNN, Comedy Central, and the syndicated talk show circuit. He has been featured in Forbes Magazine and various Beatles fanzines.
His live tribute band “One Sweet Dream” (a lyric from the “Abbey Road album), is the premiere Beatles / McCartney tribute show that takes fans on a Magical Mystery Tour through The Beatles as well as his years with “Wings” and into the “Sir paul” era. Mike and his band were recently joined on stage for a live set with former “Wings” guitarist Denny Laine, who afterwards publicly proclaimed to the audience “it’s just like Paul isn’t it”!
OSD has also raised money for charitable causes including “The Make A Wish Foundation” and most recently “The Oral Cancer Foundation” with a special tribute concert to George Harrison on the 10th anniversary of his death. Segments from the concert were featured on WTNH-TV’s “Connecticut Style”, and the complete concert was broadcast on Comcast Cablevison to raise more awareness and funds for oral cancer research.