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Finest Workers Brings Eraserheads to Abbey Road

Finest Workers is extremely proud to have been part of bringing Eraserheads to London this past April. We worked extremely hard to make sure the band was well taken care of and the fans were treated to a memorable experience. The April 4 concert at the Eventim Apollo was truly one that will never be forgotten.

 

One of the highlights of the weekend's events was a tour of London that culminated with the band visiting one of the city's most respected and iconic locations: Abbey Road. The band was able to walk the very same zebra crossing walked by the Beatles back in 1969, re-creating what is easily among the most memorable moments in music history.

 

The Abbey Road crossing at Grove End Road sits just outside the entrance to EMI's Abbey Road Studios, the world-famous studios where the Beatles recorded their final album together. That album was appropriately entitled 'Abbey Road'. The commercial success of the album, combined with a photograph of the Fab Four walking across the zebra crossing, has made the location incredibly important to England, both historically and culturally.

 

A Dream Come True

 

For the E-Heads, being able to re-create the historic Beatles walk was a dream come true. Eraserheads is easily the most influential pop rock band ever to come out of the Philippines they are regarded in many circles as the Filipino Fab Four. That reputation was firmly cemented a few weeks ago when they were photographed re-creating the Beatles walk on Abbey Road.

 

We want to publicly thank the entire Finest Workers staff and volunteers who worked extremely hard to make sure Eraserheads made it to Abbey Road. It was a dream come true for both the band and their legion of fans all across the UK. And it was your hard work and dedication that made it happen.

 

We look forward to working with Eraserheads again in the future. Perhaps their next visit to the UK will mean even bigger and better things for the E-Heads and their fans alike. 

 

 

 

 

 

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