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Gary Bray

Born in Cornwall Ont. Started playing in bands from the age of 14 years old. Gary's influences have been The Beatles, Paul McCartney in particular. However other bands such as Boston, Foreigner, Billy Joel, Boston and Neil Young have played a big roll in his development as a musician. Even though he has written a few songs, his real passion is performing live. Currently Gary manages two pro bands in Ottawa On. He has played in several different style bands from rock & roll to country rock to currently a Beatles tribute. Claim to fame was performing for former Prime Minister Stephan Harper.

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David Allen Ranger
Studied Music at Concordia University.
The Beatles are part of the soundtrack to David's life. Learning musically all their albums as a teenager, to playing his favourites in venues across Canada and Europe. Recently David has  performed several concerts celebrating the 50th anniversary of Beatles albums here in Ottawa.
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Gene Clayton
Gene was born and raised on Cape Breton Island. He sang in church youth choirs growing up, and started playing guitar and bass at 14 years old. Heavily influenced in his teens by British Invasion bands of the 60s and the Beatles in particular, his interests grew over the years from hard rock to blues, country and traditional music. He has lived all over Canada and the US, and now calls Ottawa his home.
Gene is a perfect fit for Capital beatles.
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Michel Cloutier
From Ottawa, Michel has been playing drum set and percussion for over 40 years.  He has a Bachelor of Music from the University of Ottawa and also studied jazz at Humber College.   Michel has played drums and percussion in a number of different musical genres including commercial rock, big band jazz, pop and country, musical theater, symphony orchestras and modern dance music.   In the past few years he has played a series of shows celebrating the 50th anniversary of each Beatles album.   He has played and recorded with the Vern Isaac Big Band, Stevens and Kennedy, Ten Guitars and the Heritage Hands Ottawa Drum Club, among others.
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