Experience The Most Unique Musical Tribute on the Planet! This innovative and imaginative six-piece production is an artistic powerhouse that takes the audience into the world of the UNexpected - with exhilarating musical arrangements, exciting vocal harmonies, pianistic power and creative and fabulous "takes" on the music of these great icons- while still honoring the original compositions.
Join pianist & vocalist extraordinaire Brian Gurl and his Fabulous Five as they discover a magical synergy in the music of these legendary icons while delivering a magical journey. Picture a blend of Yanni and Mannheim Steamroller on steroids and you'll have a "feel" for this show.
"Brian took the roof off COMMA last night. I really have seen few performers who 'give it all' ... and more, like he does" - Bill Wilson, COMMA, Morganton NC
Brian Gurl and The Fabulous Five offer provocative arrangements of such Beatles classics as Eleanor Rigby, And I Love Her and others. His expressive renditions of Manilow hits such as Mandy and supercharged versions of Bandstand Boogie and Could It Be Magic are total showstoppers. A dramatic Piano Man and poignant And So It Goes by Joel, showcase Brian's gift of deeply touching an audience's heart. Add Brian's jazz, classical and theatrical influences, engaging persona and a totally hot band and you have a riveting and transformative production… where every song is a New Adventure!
"Brian's production is first-class in every respect. He dazzles his audiences with piano artistry that is both technically awe-inspiring and touchingly sensitive. His musicians are top notch and his joy and enthusiasm spills into the crowd" - Chris Romig, Senior Pastor, Venice Presbyterian Church
"Thank you for bringing one of our top performances to THE FORUM. You drew our largest audience this summer"- Joan Rhyne, President The Forum Series
"What makes this show such a crowd pleaser is not just the incredible skill of Brian at the piano, but the way Brian takes a song very familiar to the audience and turns it around so it suddenly it becomes a contemporary jazz piece or a classical concerto." - Lenore Mascar, Savanna Club Theater