‘Ticket to Ride’ plays PCHS


Ticket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.


Ticket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.


Ticket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.


Ticket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.


Ticket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.


Ticket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.


Ticket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.


Ticket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.


Patrons enjoy “Ticket to Ride” a “Beatles,” tribute band, at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18. The band featured authentic instruments and costumes from “The Fab Four.”


Ticket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.

Ticket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.

Ticket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.

Ticket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.

Ticket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.

Ticket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.

Ticket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.

Ticket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.

Patrons enjoy “Ticket to Ride” a “Beatles,” tribute band, at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18. The band featured authentic instruments and costumes from “The Fab Four.”

Ticket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.
http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_Ticket-To-Ride-3-.jpgTicket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.

Ticket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.
http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_Ticket-To-Ride-4-.jpgTicket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.

Ticket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.
http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_Ticket-To-Ride-5-.jpgTicket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.

Ticket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.
http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_Ticket-To-Ride-6-.jpgTicket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.

Ticket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.
http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_Ticket-To-Ride-7-.jpgTicket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.

Ticket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.
http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_Ticket-To-Ride-8-.jpgTicket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.

Ticket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.
http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_Ticket-To-Ride-9-.jpgTicket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.

Ticket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.
http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_Ticket-To-Ride-1-.jpgTicket To Ride played at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18, as the second act of the PCHS Summer Event series. As a Beatles Tribute Band, the band played famous songs from throughout the band’s career and wore costumes from the band’s famous appearnce on The Ed Sullivan Show and Sergeant Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club album cover. “Ticket to Ride” took listeners “across the universe” on a “magical mystery tour” exploring the Beatles’ “revolution” in popular music and culture. The band uses authenic “Beatles” instruments and amplifiers.

Patrons enjoy “Ticket to Ride” a “Beatles,” tribute band, at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18. The band featured authentic instruments and costumes from “The Fab Four.”
http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_Ticket-To-Ride-2-.jpgPatrons enjoy “Ticket to Ride” a “Beatles,” tribute band, at the Preble County Historical Society on Saturday, July 18. The band featured authentic instruments and costumes from “The Fab Four.”
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