Beatlejuice

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Beatlejuice

Brad Delp after a show in Salem, New Hampshire

Background information

Also known as
Beatlejuice and Friends

Years active
1994–present

Associated acts
Boston
Farrenheit
The Fools
Juice in the Machine
Velvet Elvis

Members
Steve Baker
Joe Holaday
Dave Mitchell
John “Muzz” Muzzy

Past members
Brad Delp (Deceased)
Peter DiStefano
Bob Squires

Beatlejuice is a New England-based Beatles cover band that initially featured Brad Delp, former front-man of the band Boston, on vocals, and has continued with other members since Delp’s death in 2007.[1]

Contents

1 Biography
2 Members
3 Related Bands
4 References
5 External links

Biography[edit]
Beatlejuice began in 1994 when John Muzzy and Brad Delp saw Bob Squires’ Beatles cover band Merseyside play in Newburyport, Massachusetts and they decided to start their own band. Beatlejuice played regularly at venues throughout New England until lead singer Brad Delp died on March 9, 2007 at his home in Atkinson, New Hampshire at the age of 55.
After Delp’s death, the band continued to perform, using the name Beatlejuice and Friends, beginning with memorial concerts for Delp at the Regent Theatre in Arlington, Massachusetts.[2][3] Some performers include Jimmy Rogers of Velvet Elvis, and Mike Girard of The Fools. Dave Mitchell, the guitarist in the band, works as a guitar teacher in Nashua, New Hampshi