Six men, from New York to LA, converged in Brotherhood. Bound by their love of The Beatles, they set forth to recreate the music of the greatest band of all time. From Broadway and Lincoln Center to the Trans-Siberian Orchestra and stages across the globe, “The Brothers” bring their unique backgrounds to create the unmatched spirit of the Fab Four live on stage. Join the Brotherhood and share in this unforgettable experience. They don’t impersonate. They celebrate! “All Together Now!”
Meet the Brothers
Eric has played guitar and bass on land and sea, for 30 years now. Highlights include strumming in Debbie Gibson’s band in the Caribbean, step-touching while singing backups for Barry Manilow, and popping his “Hotel California” cherry at the worst bar in NYC with Dunny and Guerra. Other high-fives were thrown his way for pickin the Tele in the Original Broadway cast of “Ring Of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash”, being the Tenor Soloist for Handel’s “Messiah” with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, and for accepting an unruly fan’s dare to sing “I’ve Been Everywhere” at a Cash/Orbison Tribute show. “Challenge accepted” is his motto, and that not-sober Cash fan will tell you…..Eric delivers.
Jazz drumming was Babelay’s first love, and a Master of Music from the University of North Texas helped him launch. From recording demos for Carl Fischer Publishing to songwriting workshops for the National Endowment For The Arts, Babelay enjoys musical diversity. Past gigs range from comedians Don Rickles and Martin Short to jamming in a tent with R&B diva, Chaka Khan in Germany. He enjoys musical theatre, conducting and recording. His cd of vibraphone tunes, “My Vibe”, can be heard at PaulBabelay.com When not drumming with his Beatle bros, he likes to hide out at home with his wife, three daughters, and a big, lazy dog named Mazie.
No stranger to the game, Dustin has traveled the world for over a decade with International Broadway Tours, Symphonies, and currently with the Trans-Siberian Orchestra as a lead singer and guitar player, playing to sold out arenas every year. You can also catch him on tour with Neil Berg’s 100 Years of Broadway and Broadway Rox!. When he’s not on the stage, you can catch him on the screen in such films as Hail Caesar! (starring George Clooney, Josh Brolin and Channing Tatum), The Fuzz, and on Television/Commercials: Guiding Light, Coca-Cola, Toyota, Optimum Online. When home in Los Angeles, Dustin spends his time writing in the studio, being Mr Mom to his 2 sons Maxwell and Billy Van and hub to his wife Meredith. One Love! @dustinbrayley www.dustinbrayley.com
Actor turned Musician/Songwriter, Ryan has been performing his entire life, growing up singing on the Boardwalks along the Jersey shore. NY credits include: Camelot with the New York Philharmonic and live on PBS at Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center. Off Broadway: In Transit, York Theatre. In 2010, Ryan took a break from acting to form the band 2/3 Goat with his songwriting partner and wife Annalyse McCoy (check them out at twothirdsgoat.com). The band’s latest album Let It Rise has gained recognition in Paste Magazine, American Songwriter, Elmore Magazine, and many others. Ryan’s music has been featured on CBS Inside College Football, Amazon Prime, and multiple documentaries & short films.
Ryan is a musician and performer hailing from San Antonio, Texas. As a multi-instrumentalist, he has spent the past decade touring with bands, playing in pit orchestras, and music directing tribute shows. After moving to New York City in 2009 he joined his fellow Beatle Brothers: Fiddle/Guitar for 2/3 Goat (Ryan Dunn) and The Downtown Crowd (Aaron LaVigne). A few recent highlights include music directing and performing as Buddy in “The Buddy Holly Story” (Best Leading Actor, Cameo Theater), playing lead guitar and music directing “Rock of Ages” (Cameo Theater), and singing as Frank Sinatra in “Rat Pack Lounge” (Roxie Theater). When he’s not on stage, Ryan spends time outside in the blue ridge mountains, guiding zipline trips down the green river gorge.
Aaron is a Singer-Songwriter & Actor based out of New York City. His favorite credits include Broadway’s Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark, The International Tour & the Off-Broadway revival of the hit musical RENT, Jesus Christ Superstar, Forever Plaid, Civil War, and tick, tick… BOOM! Aside from being a fan of The Beatles before he could speak, Aaron is also an accomplished songwriter and frontman with The Fab Four being the heart of and soul of his songwriting influences. His latest studio EP, Call Your Mom, is available on iTunes and streaming sites as well his previous album, The DownTown Crowd. aaronlavigne.com @aaron_lavinay