This might be hard to believe, but you can't go see The Beatles live anymore, unless you have some sort of resurrection or time traveling technology. If you do have said technology and are using to see The Beatles, you've got some problems, so let Crossfade help you out. The Fab Faux are coming to Parker Playhouse July 18 and they'll be performing the greatest songs from Tthe Beatles catalog in faithful fashion. The Fab Faux are dedicated to playing the songs exactly like they sounded on the original recordings, and they succeed down to hand claps, alarms ringing in the background, even the air conditioning kicking in during the recording of "A Day in the Life." It will give a Beatles fan chills to hear these songs reproduced so painstakingly onstage. The only thing that doesn't sound pitch-perfect is the vocals, but it's easily forgiven. And for those of you looking for a little star power to go with your Beatles tribute act, the lineup includes Will Lee, bassist for The Late Show with David Letterman, and Jimmy Vivino of the Conan O'Brien show. Hit the Jump for a video of The Fab Faux doing "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" live. Tickets start at $39 and are available through Ticketmaster.