Abbey Road Runs Through Venango

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Wednesday, June 21st, 2017 at 9:30 AM
Abbey Road Runs Through Venango by Ryan Smith

Friday, June 23

The members of Erie-based Abbey Road don’t look like the Beatles — never have, and have never tried to.

But man, they sure do sound like the Fab Four, and have for the past 20 years, bringing the iconic, amazing music of the Beatles to life on stages for audiences all over the tri-state area.

Abbey Road makes its summer 2017 debut — with some great new (old) Beatles songs added to their live-play catalogue -- at Sprague Farm & Brew Works in not-too-far-away Venango.

Maybe just picture yourself in a boat on a river, then baby you can drive my (well, your) car out that way to see what’s on Abbey Road. Just remember, if you’re planning on imbibing some of that great Sprague beer while you’re there, tell someone you wanna hold their hand, and hand over those keys.

Goog goog g’joob. — Ryan Smith

6 to 9 p.m. // 22113 US Highway 6 & 19  // 398-2885 // facebook.com/SpragueFarmBrewWorks

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