Live & Let Die The Music Of Paul McCartney - Belmont 16s

Get Ready! Live and Let Die is on its way Down-Under!
 Tony Kishman is the best Paul McCartney look and sound-a-like there is in the world – the ultimate accolades have come from those who know. 
Tony starred for six years in both the national and international tours of Broadway’s smash hit musical, ‘Beatlemania’ and also performs in the International Symphonic Beatles production, ‘Classical Mystery Tour’.
He has been performing his award-winning show to the most successful band of all time around the globe for more than a decade, bringing the music and the magic of both the Beatles and Paul McCartney to a new generation, earning raves by ‘Beatlemaniacs’ for his uncanny resemblance both visually and vocally to the beloved Beatle
Multi-instrumentalist Tony Kishman headlines appearing as Paul McCartney creating all Sir Paul’s classic songs note-perfect on stage. You’ll hear Sir Paul’s Beatles, Wings and solo hits in a songfest that has had audiences the world over tapping their feet and yelling for more.

“Hey Jude,” “Yesterday,” “Get Back,” “Jet,” “Band on the Run,” “Live and Let Die” and many many more are played and sung note-perfect live by Tony along with a world-class band.
Audiences the world over have been thrilled from the first chord to the final note of LIVE AND LET DIE – The Music of Paul McCartney, and now it’s coming to thrill Australian audiences!

“Tony Kishman is a great musician” – Paul McCartney
“Tony Kishman sounds like Paul McCartney” – George Martin Beatles Producer
“Tony Kishman is Sir Paul McCartney in his look, body language and commitment to his music” – Dennis J. D’Amico Executive producer Paul Mc Cartney

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