Beatles Rooftop Tribute
This morning (Wednesday 30th January), Londoners were forced to double take when they spotted what appeared to be The Beatles performing on the roof of St. Pancras International station.
'Let It Be'
The performance marked 50 years since the band played their final concert, live from the roof of multimedia corporation, Apple Corps, in central London. St. Pancras International - well known for surprise performances by some of the world’s biggest music stars - paid tribute to that historic day by recreating this famous rooftop performance, at the station where art comes to life.
The tribute was made up of a collective of talented British musicians who have all been inspired by the famous four during their musical careers. Ben Parker, Jimmy Sims, Che Albrighton and Thom Kirkpatrick entertained delighted on-lookers who stopped to listen to the performance. The band played the same 30-minute set The Beatles performed in 1969, including Get Back, Don’t Let Me Down and I’ve Got a Feeling.