The Oxford Beatles return for their first big show after their hugely successful recent performances of the Sgt Pepper and Revolver albums. This brand new show will see them perform songs from The Beatles' studio years, running from Revolver to Let It Be and performing as a five-piece with a new Fifth Beatle. Previous Oxford Beatles gigs have been dominated by The Beatles' early material. Songs from the Studio Years sees the band focussing on the more complex Beatles songs that marked the Fab Four's transition from a live touring act to a studio band. The show will include songs from Revolver, spanning all the way to Let It Be, a four-year period of recording that includes classics such as Something, Here Comes The Sun and Revolution. Performing as a five-piece, audiences can expect to hear some of the more complex songs from this period, with the band reproducing the iconic Billy Preston keys parts of the late Beatles material for the first time (Get Back, Don't Let Me Down).