Long and winding road home for musician (Sarnia Observer)

Posted by October 11, 2011 Press No Comments

Darcy Windover has come full circle.

The 32-year-old former Northern Collegiate student helped raise some $15,000 in 1996 with his Beatles tribute band, The Fab 4 + 2, to save Sarnia’s old Capitol Theatre – know today as the Imperial Theatre.

He’ll be returning to the building where a seat is dedicated in his name, Oct. 29, to play a concert with his latest Beatles tribute band, The Beatlers.

“I think that it’s a really great feeling to be able to go back,” he said.

The Toronto elementary school music teacher plays the part of George Harrison in the group, formed one year ago. The Beatlers mostly play corporate events and theatre shows, he said, but have also fine-tuned their sound in bars and pubs.

“It’s as much an acting gig as it is a music show because we take on the personalities of the four Beatles,” he said.

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