It will be more than the Fab Four as local favorites the Red Sea Pedestrians and the Corn Fed Girls team up to perform the Beatles' classic album Abbey Road in its entirety.

Take The Corn Fed Girls, a Kalamazoo original acoustic Americana act, who call their sound "one part salty breakup, two parts bear hug," blend in "a warped and beautiful blend of Klezmer, Greek, Gypsy, Celtic, Jazz and American Roots," filtered through the vision of The Red Sea Pedestrians, add a cup of John, Paul, George and a pinch of Ringo and you've got a recipe for a remarkable evening.

A live performance of the Beatles' Abbey Road, uniting these two favorite Kalamazoo bands goes down August 10 in the beer garden at Bell's. They've done this before, back in 2012 and the show was incredible! Abbey Road was the Beatles' curtain call, their final record together and included the iconic songs "Come Together," "Here Comes the Sun," "Something," "Oh Darling!" and more. Hear the album covered live, front to back by the Red Sea Pedestrians and the Corn Fed Girls in the beer garden at Bell's Eccentric Cafe on August 10. Tickets $15 in advance, ages 21+.