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July 2, 2022 @ 8:00 pm
Tooele High School Football Stadium
240 West 1st South
Tooele, UT 84074
Tooele City

Part of Tooele City’s week-long 4th of July celebration!  Tooele City is excited to announce IMAGINE: Remembering the Fab Four in concert!

Tickets are $5 for general admission bleacher seating.   Gates open at 7 pm, concert starts at 8 pm.

No coolers, backpacks, strollers, or chairs can be brought in.

Fireworks after the concert!

Tickets available beginning June 1, 2022 at Tooele City Hall (90 North Main Street) and Maceys Food & Drug (972 North Main Street, Tooele). Everyone should have their own ticket unless you are bringing an infant that will sit on your lap.

Call 435.843.2142 for more information.


“Remembering the Fab Four”

That’s what this Beatles tribute band is all about. From their convincing Liverpool accents with Beatles wit to their pointed Cuban heel boots and authentic vintage instruments, what you’ll experience during their show is pure magic. It’s like seeing the Beatles in concert for the first time!

The four lads joined in 1993 and have performed more than 1300 shows across the United States and abroad. Over the years they have had the privilege of sharing the stage with such notable acts as the Beach Boys, Jay Leno, Chicago, Three Dog Night, Carrie Underwood, Glen Campbell, Badfinger, America, the Mandrel Sisters, the Temptations, the Commodores, the Buckinghams and others. Among their many highlights would include performing at the Nokia Sugarbowl in New Orleans for a national TV audience, being the first act to ever perform at the USANA amphitheater in Salt Lake City, Utah and their 21 shows at the Shanghai Music Festival in May 2005

Some of their many satisfied clients would include: The US Air Force, US Navy, Boy Scouts of America, Coldwell-Banker, Chevron, Sinclair Oil Corp., Wells Fargo, Lion’s Clubs of America, National Order of Police, National Order of Firefighters, Shanghai Music Festival, Bowl Games of America, The Puyallup Fair, The Utah State Fair, The Big Fresno Fair, the Utah Symphony, Grand Junction Symphony and the Macon Symphony.

The talented individuals who have “Come Together” as Imagine are:

Tom Coburn (John Lennon):  Growing up in Manhattan Beach, CA, Tom had little on his mind besides surfing and baseball until February 9th, 1964 when he saw the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan show.  At 16 he began performing in the LA club scene with his first band “Mother’s Pride”.  In 1970 he began a 25 year career with Delta Airlines but was always loyal to his ‘other job’ as a musician. His love for music and stage led him to take early retirement in 1995 to promote Imagine.  Paying tribute to the Beatles has taken him on a journey beyond his wildest dreams.  As he plays the piano, guitar, bass and harmonica he still pinches himself. “I am the luckiest person I know”.  Tom and his wife, Rosanne, live in Murray UT.

Richard Fazzi (Paul McCartney):  Born and raised in San Jose, California, Rich anchors stage right with his incredibly accurate performance of Sir Paul and as luck would have it, he is a natural lefty. As is the case with so many other musicians, he was inspired by the four lads he watched on television that fateful Sunday evening in February of 1964.   An accomplished skater and hockey player, Rich is always cheering for his beloved San Jose Sharks.  Bass, acoustic guitar and piano are his instruments of choice and he plays with Imagine. A veteran of the tribute circuit, Rich now makes his home in Rexford NY with his wife, Vonda.

Brad Armstrong (George Harrison): This Utah native has been instrumental in developing Imagine into the versatile band they are today.  Classically trained, Brad has written the musical scores for a number of professional acts and helped to create the backing tracks used in Imagine’s show. Growing up in a house full of Beatlemaniacs he claims, “It was like a 24/7 Beatles trivia show”. He loves touring with Imagine and it is apparent by the never-ending smile on his face.  Called Darby by his friends, Brad is a real estate agent in the Salt Lake City area as well as a versatile musician. He plays guitar, bass, piano and recorder with Imagine and has been a part of the Salt Lake music scene for years with his affinity for fretless bass.

Mark Robinette (Ringo Starr): Began his musical career in San Jose, California, playing professionally at age 14.  His eclectic musical tastes have motivated him to learn many instruments and many styles. He has played with the Mamas and Papas, Natalie Cole, Frankie Avalon, Bobby Vinton, Donny Osmond, and the Temptations, to name a few. He has played with the touring casts of Broadway shows including Chicago, The King and I, and Annie. His company, Accent Productions, produces entertainment events around the country, including the Orange Bowl Halftime show in Miami. He is in demand as a music director, arranger, and teacher. The experience of studying Beatles songs note for note has given him great respect for the craft of songwriting. Mark was a music major at the University of Utah and has written all the orchestral charts for Imagines’ symphony shows. He resides in beautiful Kaysville UT.

Eric Robinette (Sound Engineer): A highly respected sound engineer with credits including the Smothers Brothers, Piano Guys, Rich Little, Collin Raye, Peter Noone (Herman’s Hermits), the Osmonds, Tony Danza, David Archuleta and many others. Eric has extensive experience in musical theater, live television and corporate events. He is also very handy with a soldering iron, multi-meter and backing up trailers.  Eric started his association with Imagine in 1994, mixing sound for their shows on the carousel stage at Lagoon Amusement Park in Farmington UT. Since then he has been with them on countless travels including the Sugar Bowl Half time show at the Superdome in New Orleans, Fresno County Fair opening for Jay Leno, and the Shanghai Music Festival in China. Eric has four children and three grand kids. He says, “I’m thankful for the support of my wife, Ann”. They live happily in Layton, Utah.