Beatles vs. Rolling Stones at Van Dyke Cafe April 25

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John eats Chinese. Mick looks like a girl.
Who would win a bare-knuckle cage fight between Ringo Starr and Keith Richards? We're not sure. Richards has survived every narcotic known to man, and Ringo is the greatest pop music drummer ever.

We're pretty sure they'd just punch each other in the face till they ran out of breath, then get bored, have a pint, and end up trading stories from the road.

But when it comes to the Beatles vs. the Stones, a night of cover songs by some of the best players in Dade County, we're pretty sure that everybody wins.

Especially in the historic upstairs lounge at the Van Dyke Cafe, which has hosted so much blazing music over the years that we're surprised it hasn't caught fire. Good thing they've got air conditioning 'cause next Monday's music should be hotter than a sauna in a sweatshop. Watch as Jim Camacho, Fernando Perdomo, Dave Jacobs, Oscar Ferrer, and special guests perform the greatest hits by both bands.

Here is a video of the Beatles recording the song "Get Back" with a couple cutaways of the Rolling Stones watching them.

And here's a clip of John Lennon and Mick Jagger on drugs

Beatles vs. the Stones. Monday, April 25. Van Dyke Cafe, 846 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. The show starts at 9 p.m. and admission costs $5. Call 305-534-3600 or visit

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Location Info

Van Dyke Cafe - CLOSED

846 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FL

Category: Music

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In the "Get Back" video there ain't no members of the Rolling Stones, there's a guy who looks like the Jagger of the 63-64 period but not the Jagger of 1969, just see the thousands of pictures of Jagger in 1969 he is NOT Mick Jagger, Jagger didn't attende those sessions. Not big deal but the true


En el video de Get Back no hay ningún miembro de los Rolling Stones, hay alguien que se parece al Jagger del 63-64 pero definitivamente no al Jagger del 69, es alguien que sí se parece mucho al Jagger de los inicios pero no al Jagger de esa época, este rumor ha circulado por todos lados pero es falso, simplemente vean las fotos de Jagger de esa época y es muuuuuuuuuuuuy diferente

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