Alan LeBoeuf & David Leon,
joined by David Brighton & Carrol Parker
Alan LeBoeuf as Paul
David Brighton as George
is the premier Beatle Music experience
in the world.....
""The Stars Of Beatlemania" is THE Beatle music
starring two original Beatlemania alumni favorites:
LeBoeuf as "Paul"
Leon as John.
Together, Alan and David have toured the world with
very talented friends David Brighton as "George"
and Carroll 'Beaver' Parker as "Ringo".
From Japan to Brazil, and Germany to Las Vegas,
"The Stars Of Beatlemania" have thrilled audiences in
most prestigious theatres, and often with the world's
"The Stars Of Beatlemania" are:
LeBoeuf - Paul
Carroll 'Beaver' Parker- Ringo
Alan LeBoeuf From Warren, NJ,
Alan attended Rutgers University before pursuing a career in entertainment.
Alan's first major break was landing the role of Paul McCartney in
Broadway's smash hit "Beatlemania".
After 2 years on Broadway, Alan moved to Nashville to form "Baillie
and The Boys" with former bandmates Michael Bonagura
and Kathie Baillie. "Baillie and The Boys" were signed with RCA and
had 7 straight top ten hits on the country charts.
After 2 successful albums, Alan left the band to tour with "Legends
in Concert" and "Beatlemania".
Other credits include televsion appearances on "The Nashville Network",
national commercials including Exxon, Pepsi, Gallo Wine.
Alan has written songs for Sawyer Brown, The Shooters, and the movie
soundtrack to "Head On" starring Sally Kellerman.
Background vocal credits include Randy Travis, Dan Seals, Moe Bandy,
The Ramones, Marie Osmond,
Anne Murray, Lynn Anderson and Marty Stuart.
After performing at EPCOT, Walt Disney World, Florida with "The British
Invasion" for four years, Alan has returned to New Jersey.
He is married to Dawn and has three daughters. Click
here to go to Alan's alumni profile page.
David Leon starred in the Broadway
and motion picture production of Beatlemania as John Lennon, His group
was the first one hired in Los Angeles to take over for the Broadway cast.
The show played at the Shubert Theater and the Pantages before touring
extensively in the United States, Canada, Japan, Australia, and South America.
After the initial run of Beatlemania, David started his own band, Helmet
Boy, which recorded an album in 1981. Since then, David has played keyboards
and guitar with such famous classic rock acts as Mitch Ryder, Badfinger,
Herman's Hermits, Tiny Tim, The Classics 4, Box Tops and The Rembrandts.
David currently lives in Ventura County, California, and writes screenplays
and plays softball when he isn't busy touring the world.
Click here to
go to Dave's alumni profile page.
David Brighton is a
vocalist, guitarist and songwriter currently living in Los Angeles, who
has toured the world with a variety of musical groups. His credits include:
playing lead guitar in the hit arena rock band, Quiet Riot (in which he
replaced the legendary lead guitarist, Randy Rhoads) and performing side
by side with British rock icon, David Bowie. Brighton also played
lead guitar with a number of other recording artists, including Bryan Duncan,
the popular R&B/Gospel singer (on the Word/Epic label) and the renowned
British Beatle’s spoof - Monty Python’s Neil Innes and The New Rutles.
David has performed on bills with legendary superstars such as Little Richard,
Kenny Loggins and Stevie Wonder and with super groups like Chicago. He
has also played on movie soundtracks, commercial jingles, and has sold
many of his own original songs.
Brighton’s own debut album entitled
Promise Of Love (released in 1991) was met with much enthusiasm on both
sides of the Atlantic. Radio programmers and reviewers alike cited Brighton’s
brand of guitar-based rock and roll as a fresh, contagious blend of British
and American rock and pop. Brighton and his band continued to record and
tour internationally throughout the early 1990’s, performing live and making
radio and television appearances in the U.S. and Europe.
Since 1994, Brighton has also
enjoyed the hysteria that has gone along with portraying former Beatle,
George Harrison in a number of the world’s leading Beatle Tribute acts.
Brighton has toured internationally with The Original Cast of Beatlemania,
Beatlemania Live, 1964 (The Tribute), The Fab Four, Twist And Shout, The
British Invasion, and Classical Mystery Tour, all culminating in his current
role portraying the quiet Beatle with the hit production - When We Were
Fab ? a tribute to the Beatles.
(Webmaster note: David also has a fabulous David Bowie
tribute: Space Oddity)
Stars Of Beatlemania"
David Brighton, Alan LeBoeuf, David Leon, & Carrol
David Brighton and David Leon
Alan with many familiar faces on a subway poster
promoting Broadway shows of the day!