Beatlemania the Stage Show to perform a benefit concert for Central High School Music Department

“Keep Music Education Alive”            New Date changed from4/12 to 5/10

April 11, 2013
For Immediate Release:

Beatlemania the Stage Show to perform a benefit concert for Central High School Music Department

The Central High School Music department is hosting a benefit concert at the Central High School Auditorium to raise much needed funds to support music education in their school. This event is titled “Keep Music Education Alive and has raised thousands of dollars for high school education programs throughout New England.” Opening in 1897 The Central High Auditorium is the oldest and largest auditorium in the state of New Hampshire with 1,200 seats in a true classic Victorian style theater. At the turn of the century the theater was the only venue for national touring productions in Manchester and will be showcased again as a premier performing arts venue for BeatleMania.

The Beatlemania Stage Show will be performing the complete Beatles experience from the Ed Sullivan day’s right through to the Magical Mystery Tour, Sgt. Pepper and Abbey Road with original costume changes and authentic Beatles instruments.  The musicians from Beatlemania have performed professionally alongside the likes of Carly Simon, Hall and Oates, BJ Thomas, Kiss, Todd Rundgren and others. Band members have also written songs with Cher, Billy Joel, Michael Bolton and Joan Jett and several movie sound tracks which included “Wayne’s World”,” Light of Day” and others.

The concert will be held May 10, 2013 at 7:30 PM. The Central High School music students will be performing live with the Beatlemania musicians during the concert on some songs.
Central High Band Director Ed Sterling said “This event is both educational and a fun way for the Central High School Music Department to raise money and will be a great experience for the students to perform with a professional group of musicians.”

The proceeds will be used to support the Cenral High School Music Department that enrolls students in the marching band, wind ensemble, chorus, orchestra  and  jazz classes. The Central High Music department has over 150 students  enrolled in the school music program.

Concert promoter Paul Lococo said“You never know who will be the next John, Paul, George or Ringo or in fact the next number one hit group.”  Tickets for the show are available on line at and Shaw’s Markets or 800-316-8559. Tickets are $20.00 and $30.00.

About the author:
Paul Lococo is President for “ Keep Music Education Alive”
The author can be reached at 413-341-7410