Crème Tangerine celebrates Beatles’ White Album’s 50th anniversary at KPC. From left: Rick Jones, Daniel Grant, and Tim Mushen. Madison Miller/staff photo

Crème Tangerine celebrates Beatles’ White Album’s 50th anniversary at KPC. From left: Rick Jones, Daniel Grant, and Tim Mushen. Madison Miller/staff photo

Creme Tangerine plays Beatles’ White Album for 50th anniversary

The band played the entire White Album at the Kirkland Performance Center on Jan. 31.

  • Wednesday, February 6, 2019 8:30am
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Crème Tangerine took the stage at the Kirkland Performance Center last week to celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ last performance, known as the rooftop concert.

The local band performed The White Album in its entirety.

Crème Tangerine performs “Back in the U.S.S.R.” at White Album 50th anniversary. From left: Chuck Dorsett, Rick Jones, Jeff Lockhart, Daniel Grant and Tim Mushen. Madison Miller/staff photo

Crème Tangerine performs “Back in the U.S.S.R.” at White Album 50th anniversary. From left: Chuck Dorsett, Rick Jones, Jeff Lockhart, Daniel Grant and Tim Mushen. Madison Miller/staff photo

Crème Tangerine celebrates Beatles’ White Album’s 50th anniversary at KPC. From left: Rick Jones, Daniel Grant, and Tim Mushen. Madison Miller/staff photo

Crème Tangerine celebrates Beatles’ White Album’s 50th anniversary at KPC. From left: Rick Jones, Daniel Grant, and Tim Mushen. Madison Miller/staff photo

Crème Tangerine performs “Don’t Pass Me By.” From left: Daniel Grant, Jeff Lockhart, Rick Jones and Tim Mushen. Madison Miller/staff photo

Crème Tangerine performs “Don’t Pass Me By.” From left: Daniel Grant, Jeff Lockhart, Rick Jones and Tim Mushen. Madison Miller/staff photo

Crème Tangerine performs “Rocky Raccoon.” From left: Rick Jones, Jeff Lockhart, Daniel Grant, Tim Mushen. Madison Miller/staff photo

Crème Tangerine performs “Rocky Raccoon.” From left: Rick Jones, Jeff Lockhart, Daniel Grant, Tim Mushen. Madison Miller/staff photo

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