Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album played in it's glorious entirety.
Sounds Like: The Beatles
Bio: Pepperland is seven of Sonoma County's best musicians united in their dedication to faithfully reproducing some of the best music ever made - The Beatles!
From the first releases through the psychedelic albums and on to the solo works, Pepperland brings a rollicking, audience engaging excitement...See Full Bio
“Pepperland, led by Robert Butler of Sebastopol, is faithful to the Beatles song catalog, even to the point of performing “Glass Onion,” a semi-obscure cut from from the Beatles’ “White Album.” “I never liked that song, but the fans wanted to hear it, and they loved it,” Butler said. “They were singing along.” Pepperland’s songlist includes solo tunes recorded by the ex-Beatles after their breakup. “Our motto is no wigs, and some Wings,” Butler said, alluding to Paul McCartney’s post-Beatles band. Pepperland faithfully recreates the songs, occasionally performing the Beatles’ entire “Sgt. Pepper” album, but allows itself the freedom to slightly update the instrumentals. “If the Beatles were playing now, they’d rock harder,” Butler said. So, on some songs, “”