Singer - songwriter - plays bass & guitar.
1996 - Became a member of a pop band called
1997 - Foxalone met JACQUES REVAUX (French
songwriter who wrote the music to "My Way") and signed
with his record company (Trema), which released their
single "Ou Est Le Mal" with extensive TV and radio
1998 - Began his career as a professional Paul
McCartney impersonator with European Beatles band, which
sang on the rooftop of a double-decker bus traveling
down the Champs Elysee for an automobile promotion show
with President Chirac in attendance.
2000 - In the U.S. and while still writing
songs, specialized as a McCartney impersonator with U.S.
Beatles band MerseyBeat (playing libraries, high
schools, colleges, camps, country & yacht clubs, etc.,
along with live radio performances & TV appearances).
06/2002 - Performed as a member of the opening
act for the band America in Stamford, CT.
02/09/04 - With MerseyBeat, created a re-enactment
of the Beatles' arrival in the U.S. 40 years ago with a
concert at the Intrepid Museum, sponsored by The Daily
News and Q-104 Radio hosted by Ken Dashow; played live
at the Museum of Television and Radio for CBS-FM Radio,
hosted by Dan Daniels and Cousin Brucie along with
special guest, Sid Bernstein; made TV appearance on
Metro TV's "Antique Show and Sell" and appeared and
performed live on ESPN's "Cold Pizza".
Performed in concert with his European Beatles band at
the Olympia Theatre in Paris for an audience of 2,000,
celebrating the Beatles' arrival in Paris at the Olympia
40 years ago and personally introduced special guest
performer Tony Sheridan and his band, along with
performance by Gary Gibson, the #1 British John Lennon
impersonator, with whom he also appeared on French
national TV to promote the Olympia.
Anita Marshall, directly
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