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 The music of The Beatles featuring

the cast of the hit

West End & Broadway show ‘Let It Be’.

 “….consummate musicians ensuring that the cannon of work is presented

with care and an abundance of energy.”





About us

EMANUELE ANGELETTI – vocals, bass, piano, guitar

“ Emanuele Angeletti is an uncanny carbon copy of Paul, down to the cheery smiles, slightly hooded eyes and bobbing head motions. “

“From the cheeky smiles to the foot tapping and nods to the audience, his interpretation of Paul is quite simply perfect. Along with the accompanying vocals of a captive audience, this moment defined Angeletti as one of the best, if not the best, musician to have performed as McCartney. “

Emanuele Angeletti began his musical career at the early age of four, singing on two records in collaboration with the famous Italian actor and singer Pippo Franco. After many years in recording studios and with various bands, he was chosen to become a member of The Beatles tribute band The Apple Pies in 2000. This was the beginning of a long series of concerts throughout Europe and many TV performances, including an appearance in The X Factor Italia in 2010.

Being recognised as the most important Italian Beatles tribute band, Emanuele and The Apple Pies were awarded a recording session at Abbey Road Studios’ Studio 2 – the same studio where The Beatles recorded many of their famous albums.

Just a few years later the band accompanied The Beatles photographer Robert Whitakter on a tour through Italy. They recreated The Beatles last live concert from 1966 to promote Whitaker’s new photo book Eight Days A Week: Inside The Beatles’ Final World TourEmanuele and his band were also chosen to perform at the only official EMI presentation of The Beatles – Remastered collection in 2009.

Emanuele’s releases include the albums Strumenti d’Epoca and Reinvented Beatles, a collaboration with Italian producer Giacomo Bondi, published in the USA, Europe and South America. His first book Yesterday was publicized for the 50th anniversary of the same-titled Beatles song.

In 2012 Emanuele was cast for the lead role of Paul McCartney in the West End production Let It Be. He since toured the UK, Europe, Russia and Singapore.

JOHN BROSNAN – vocals, guitar, piano, sitar

“…the surprising emotional high in a show of 40 or so songs is Harrison’s ‘While My Guitar gently Weeps,‘ with a knockout performance by Mr Brosnan.”

 “John Brosnan as George Harrison was uncanny in his likeness and mannerisms. His guitar solo on ‘My Guitar Gently Weeps’ was worth the admission fee alone and even drew a standing ovation from the appreciative audience.”

John Brosnan studied classical piano theory and performance at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music. He began his career in the orchestra pit while pursuing original projects, two achieving chart success, including an Australian Top 20 hit, and a US Billboard Top 100 hit with Sony Music and later playing in the Alex Smith Band (Moving Pictures) alongside Andy Thompson (Elton John, Dire Straits) and Malcom Foster (The Pretenders, Simple Minds).

He has  performed with well over 100 Symphony Orchestras around the world as a guest artist in their pops programs, notably, the US National Symphony Orchestra at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, the San Francisco Symphony and with members of the Berliner Philharmoniker,

For the past four years John has been performing the lead role of George Harrison In the hit West End production of Let It Be. As an original cast member, he opened the show at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London in 2012 and made his Broadway debut in 2013 when the production transferred to the St. James Theatre, New York..

National TV and radio appearances include Weekend Wogan with Terry Wogan on BBC Radio 2, The Late Late Show for RTÉ Dublin, ITV London’s show Weekend with Aled Jones, BBC’s Proms in the Park in Hyde Park, and numerous appearances on CCN, CBS and FOX Network in the United States.

Beyond his artistic career John fulfilled the role of musical director, sound and video designer for various stage productions and has won several awards for his work as a film producer and editor.

PAUL CANNING – vocals, guitar, piano, 

“ …when Paul Canning sits at a grand-piano to sing A Day in the Life, he fully earns his keep with his eerie vocal strains.”

“ Paul Canning’s John was nothing but wondrous; each kick of the leg and vocal drawl capturing the wit and exuberance of Lennon”

Paul Canning started singing at an early age and was part of the RSCM Southern Cathedral Singers. With them he performed venues around the UK such as London’s Royal Festival Hall. Aged 15 he started playing the guitar and began writing his own songs. He was signed to Dick Leahy Publishing (George Michael, Donna Summer) by the age of 21.

Paul has been signed by various recording companies most notably,  Virgin Group and Warner Bros. In 2013 he landed the role of John Lennon in the hit West End production of Let It Be. He performed two seasons at the Garrick Theatre, London before touring  the UK, Europe and Japan with this production. 

Paul has also supported major recording artists. Highlights include performances at Wembley Arena, Shepherd’s Bush Empire, Hyde Park, BBC Radio 2, ITV’s This Morning show, West End Live and the Monte-Carlo Sporting Summer Festival where he shared the bill with Sir Elton John and Nile Rogers.

LUKE ROBERTS – vocals, drums, percussion

“ Luke Roberts was spot on with his vocals, movement and energy.”

“ Luke Roberts is unquestionably capable of plowing attractively and energetically through the epochal numbers”

Luke Roberts started his career as a musician on the pop scene performing with commercial artists such as Sophie Ellis-Bextor and The Feeling. This has involved traveling around Europe playing at music festivals, prestigious venues and live appearances on TV shows such as This Morning and Weekend with Aled Jones.

Another passion for Luke is composing and producing tracks for advertising campaigns. His music has been on commercials for Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group, Sainsbury’s, Standard Chartered Bank and designer Christian Louboutin to name a few. His work is valued to such an extent that companies like Porter and Davies, Zildjian, Roland Electronics and Remo keep supporting and sponsoring him.

In 2013 Luke started performing the lead role of Ringo Starr in the West End hit musical Let It Be in London. He was also selected to open their Broadway show for a three month run at St. James Theatre, New York. Further performances include BBC’s Proms in the Park (Bryan Ferry, Nigel Kennedy), West End Live and numerous appearances on national and international TV and Radio stations.