Lucille Carr-Kaffashan was one of almost 56,000 ecstatic fans who cheered for The Beatles during their unprecedented outdoor concert at Shea Stadium on August 15, 1965. This spring, Lucille brings her own version of Beatlemania to Don't Tell Mama, New York City's legendary cabaret theater and piano bar, with In My Life, Celebrating 50 Years of Beatles Music. This show features a selection of songs released by the Fab Four during the eight years that they recorded together, from 1962 to 1970. During that time, Lennon & McCartney and George Harrison wrote over 200 songs that spoke of love and friendship, of longing and redemption, of the search for peace and enlightenment, and of their memories about the lives of ordinary people. Lucille's program will reflect the breadth of both song subjects and musical styles that characterizes the phenomenon that was The Beatles.