Symphonic tribute to Paul McCartney, “Live and Let Die,” this Sunday

Fans of Paul McCartney (and Beatles’ hit songs), like you and me, can rejoice at the fact that Tony Kishman – Paul McCartney tribute artist extraordinaire – is bringing his talents to the Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts, courtesy of The Gateway, on Jan. 14.

Kishman as Sir Paul.

Kishman, who looks and sounds like Sir Paul, leads a four-piece band that is backed by a 15-piece symphony orchestra (with orchestrator and conductor Martin Herman at the helm). A veteran of the Broadway spectacular “Beatlemania,” Kishman has toured worldwide with productions of “Twist and Shout,” “Classical Mystery Tour” and “All You Need is Love.” McCartney himself has said, “Tony Kishman is a great musician.” You can’t get more official than that!

You’ll hear, complete in every detail, popular songs from the Beatles catalog and McCartney’s solo works at this show, including “Hey Jude,” “Penny Lane,” “Live and Let Die,” “Yesterday,” “My Love,” “Uncle Albert,” “Let It Be,” “Maybe I’m Amazed,” “Hello Good-Bye,” “Long and Winding Road,” “Silly Love Songs,” “Jet” and more.

Penny Lane will certainly “be in your ears and in your eyes” after you leave this concert.

Live and Let Die: A Symphonic Tribute to Paul McCartney
Presented by The Gateway, at Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts
71 E. Main St., Patchogue
631-286-1133 ·