The Beatles. You know the name and remember the songs. Their music redefined rock and roll for an entire generation, leaving an imprint that endures to this day. Imagine the Beatles at the beginning of their career – during their Hamburg days, before the suits, haircuts and fame. Couple the energy and drive of those early performances with the diversity of all the Beatles records we know so well. Put it onstage and you have a Sun Kings show, one that will leave your audience screaming for more.
You have to hear them to believe it! The Sun Kings will send more than one amazed shiver down your backbone with their uncanny renditions of your favorite Beatles songs. This group of top notch musicians share a common love and deep respect for the music of the Beatles. From the trademark harmonies to the orchestrations, it’s all there. Not a tribute band in the obvious sense, there are no collarless jackets, wigs or fake moustaches. The Sun Kings are about the music, and their love for it shines through in every song. It’s an enthusiasm that’s contagious, with a backbeat you can’t lose.
Whether you want to listen, sing along or dance the night away, The Sun Kings offer something for everybody. From ballads to belt-it-out rockers, and everything in between, they play your favorites just the way you remember them.
Let The Sun Kings help make your next affair an event to remember, with the music that everyone remembers. Since 2001, the Sun Kings have been thrilling audiences throughout the Golden State with their uncanny channeling of the Beatles’ music. With a repertoire of over 100 songs, The Sun Kings shine with spot-on arrangements and vocal harmonies, delivered with a driving energy that recalls the earliest Beatle shows. From clubs and festivals to concerts and live radio performance, the band has won over fan and skeptic alike with their obvious love of the music they play and delight in sharing it.
Said Bruce Bellingham – San Francisco Examiner:”Friday’s noontime show on the Tower Records roof by the Beatles tribute band, the Sun Kings, was a joyfully noisy thing. Robert & Christine Warren were swaying in the parking lot. “I remember it like yesterday when the Beatles came here 40 years ago,” Irish-born Christine sighed. … I liked the five construction workers in hard hats across the street on the roof of the Marriott, dancing, waving, whooping and hollering. … KFRC’s Cammy Blackstone … Dean Goss and Bobby Ocean were there. Channel 5’s Roberta Gonzalez was getting down to the music. KGO’s Don Sanchez was getting up to the top of Tower by cherry-picker. A fun moment. … On Monday, Strange de Jim heard Letterman mutter, “Forty years ago tonight The Beatles performed on this very stage. Now look what you get.” … Yes, look what we’ve got. …”