Orange Amplification was delighted to provide the amps for the recent celebration of the 50th anniversary of The Beatles last public performance. Students of LIPA Sixth Form College (LSFC) brought shoppers to a standstill as they performed on the rooftop of Starbucks at Liverpool ONE shopping centre.
The Beatles performance in 1969 took place on the roof of Apple Corp’s Savile Row office in London while filming for their movie Let it Be, and features five songs. The LSFC celebration featured nine bands playing Beatles material from across their entire career.
Cliff Cooper, CEO and founder of Orange Amplification and Honorary Patron of The Strawberry Field Charity campaign said, ‘I am delighted that Orange was able to support this event. It is wonderful to see young people enjoying playing music and taking part in an event to celebrate The Beatles legacy.’
About Orange Amplification
Orange Amplification has been a pioneering force in guitar and bass amplification since 1968. They have built a reputation of delivering innovative technology, always built with uncompromising attention to detail and quality. Known as the best British guitar amplifier manufacturer for both design and build, they dominate the world’s stages and studios. Orange are rightfully proud of their heritage, a story that began in the late 1960’s. The world’s greatest rock icons, including Jimmy Page, Stevie Wonder, James Brown, Fleetwood Mac, Oasis, Madonna, Jim Root and Geddy Lee are proud to stand in front of the unmistakable iconic brand and rely upon its unique tone.
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