A Study in Transformation
"Brian's creativity made the music even better than the original! Truly Magnificent!"
- Mark Zietlow, Tulip Time Festival, Holland, MI
"Brian took the roof off COMMA last night. I really have seen few performers who 'give it all' ...and more, like he does."
- Bill Wilson, COMMA, Morganton, NC
Brian's rendition of Eleanor Rigby is a prime example of the riveting musical power, creativity and sense of humor that Brian brings to his arrangements. Taking a journey from "new age" introspection, Eleanor Rigby then bursts into jazz/rock fusion with the driving melody leading into jazz improvisation, then morphs into swing with an unexpected visit by the theme of the Pink Panther! Then it's back to a lilting melody before a final explosive burst of energy for the finale. You have to experience it to believe it.
Could It Be Magic is more than a musical tribute show. It's a Creative Masterpiece. Rather than focusing on precisely tailored "sound-a-like" arrangements and exact impersonations, this engaging show soars into flight - featuring powerful, beautifully rendered and exciting new twists on the songs of these great legends - while still honoring the brilliance of their music.
Led by Brian's vivid imagination, heart-throbbing arrangements and sheer energy, Could It Be Magic is a breath of fresh air in the world of pop music shows - taking the audience on an exhilarating musical adventure - honoring songs like Mandy, I Write The Songs, Piano Man, When I'm 64, Yesterday, I Saw Her Standing There and many others.
Artistry - Imagination - Originality
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Take an Adventure with Brian & The Fabulous Five
Exciting arrangements, dazzling piano playing, poignant artistry, beautiful vocal harmonies and engaging dialogue highlight an "Out Of This World" production that blends musical styles like only Brian can - with pop, jazz, rock, classical, swing, blues, new age introspection and explosive improvisation.
"Could It Be Magic was Fabulous! You drew our largest audience this summer!"
- Joan Rhyne, The Forum, Banner Elk, NC
Could It Be Magic
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