Mellow Yellow is a psychedelic 60's tribute band that pays homage to the era's psychedelia with truly authentic renditions of some of the genre's greatest songs.
Mellow Yellow is a psychedelic 60's tribute band pays homage to the era's psychedelia with truly authentic renditions of some of the genre's greatest songs. While other tribute bands just play the music, this 60's tribute band goes the extra mile to capture all the "hey-man-peace-and-love-grooviness" of the songs that helped define a decade.
From obsessively watching concert footage, to reading up on the inspiration behind the songs, to listening to studio versions of the music over and over for hours on end (much to the dismay of loved ones), the members of this dedicated 60's tribute band do all they can to get inside the songs they perform. This attention to the essence of the music - as well as dazzling arrangements, outrageous costumes and trippy video visuals - results in not just a show, but a full-on, far-out 60's experience of an era gone by.
So c'mon down for a trip back in time! The '60s may be long over, but thanks to Mellow Yellow, the music -- and the spirit of the 60's -- live on. You can get the full experience with Mellow Yellow - the grooviest theme ever for your next business meeting or organizational event. Hear the psychedelic sounds. See the outrageous costumes. Dig the trippy light show as it swirls and pulsates to the music.
While Mellow Yellow's authentic musical re-creations are taking listeners on a trip back to the sixties, you complete the scene by adding your own touches - a Lava Lamp on every table, peace medallions and tie-dyed tee shirts for every attendee. Maybe some Ben and Jerry's Cherry Garcia for the finishing touch! They have years of corporate event experience and can also provide walk-on music, theme songs or segues for awards shows, guest speakers, etc.
"Mellow Yellow is really the complete package. From the initial contact I had with the band during the booking period and throughout the planning and marketing phases communication was crystal clear, professional and honest. From load-in to load-out, they were respectful of our historic theater, our staff and most importantly, their audience." And this is to say nothing of the music.... "
"To call Mellow Yellow a tribute band is nearly a disservice - they are devotees to the music; they are stewards and torch bearers and they hold the music in the highest regard. As comfortable in a seated performance as a dance-party setting, the band works together to turn back the hands of time, ushering the crowd back to a time before cell phones, Facebook and YouTube; a time where society was roiling with politics, war and change and a vibrant counter culture was creating music that reflected it all..."
--Jackson Evans, Executive Director, Vergennes Opera House
"I first saw Mellow Yellow at the Lincoln Inn in Essex and was instantly in awe. The outfits quickly put you into a wonderful mood of 'where was I when that song came out.' Not only is the band tight but the songs they play captivate you. I hired them for our Waterbury Concert Series and this time I took notice of the people's reaction. I went around asking the audience how they liked the band and the reaction was unanimous. They were enjoyed by all ages for different reasons. They are a not to miss performance."
--Lynn Mason, Director, Waterbury Rotary Concert Series
"What an outstanding performance, people of all ages were moving and grooving to the music. People were still buzzing weeks after the show! You don’t want to miss this, a must see!!"
--Michael Sutcliffe, Director, Killington Parks & Recreation
Intro / Tomorrow Never Knows - The Beatles
White Rabbit - Jefferson Airplane
Incense And Peppermints - Strawberry Alarm Clock
Baby You're A Rich Man - The Beatles
She's Not There - The Zombies
Reflections - The Supremes
Space Cowboy - Steve Miller Band
2000 Light Years From Home - The Rolling Stones
Space Oddity - David Bowie
These Boots Are Made For Walking - Nancy Sinatra
Mellow Yellow - Donovan
Ride My See Saw - The Moody Blues
Last Train To Clarksville - The Monkees
Ohio - CSNY
Don't You Want Somebody To Love - Jefferson Airplane
I Am The Walrus - The Beatles
Itchykoo Park - Small Faces
Mother's Little Helper - The Rolling Stones
For What's It's Worth - Buffalo Springfield
I Can See For Miles - The Who
Reach Out In The Darkness - Friend and Lover
Let's Get Together - The Youngbloods
Everyday People - Sly and the Family Stone
Piece Of My Heart - Janis Joplin
Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight/The End - The Beatles