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Owner, Performer

Phone: (630) ***-****  
Email: m***@***.com
Liverpool Legends
3446 W. 76 Country Blvd.
Branson , Missouri 65616
United States

Company Description: LIVERPOOL LEGENDS are four talented musicians and actors who were hand-picked by Louise Harrison - sister of the late George Harrison of The Beatles - to recreate...   more

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About Liverpool Legends, 5 Jan 2012 [cached]
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Marty Scott is a natural at portraying George , not only duplicating those amazing guitar solos note for note, but also recreating George's unique vocal style.
As "The Quiet One", Marty creates a "true-to-life" experience every time you see him perform. He is considered to be the best George impersonator in the business by someone who should know. Louise Harrison, sister of the late Beatle George Harrison, was moved to tears the first time she heard Marty perform and said she felt as though her brother were with her again. Recently, in a private meeting with Sir Paul McCartney, Louise introduced Marty as "my new adopted baby brother!"
Marty Scott becomes 10th New ..., 17 June 2008 [cached]
Marty Scott becomes 10th New Orleans Zephyrs manager
METAIRIE - The New York Mets announced that Marty Scott will be the new manager of the New Orleans Zephyrs, and Rick Waits will be the new pitching coach.
Scott and Waits replace Ken Oberkfell and Dan Warthen, who were promoted to the Mets coaching staff following the dismissal of Manager Willie Randolph.
Scott has been out of coaching since 2003, but has managed a number of minor league teams, including the St. Paul Saints from 1995-2000. (St. Paul Saints)
Scott's most recent managerial duties were with Team USA in the 2003 World Cup.In minor league baseball, Scott most recently managed the Fort Worth Cats in 2002.Prior to that Scott managed the St. Paul Saints from 1995-2000.
Originally drafted by the Texas Rangers in 1977 from Dallas Baptist University, Scott played in the Rangers minor league system from 1979-1981, making it up to the Triple-A level.After his playing career he served as the Rangers Director of Player Development from 1984-1994.
Scott was hired this past April by the Mets to be the manager of the Gulf Coast Mets in the Gulf Coast League before being promoted to the Zephyrs.
"We are excited to welcome Marty and Rick to New Orleans," said Zephyrs GM Mike Schline.
Scott made the trip with the team and will be on the bench tonight when the Zephyrs begin a four-game series against the Iowa Cubs in Des Moines, Iowa.Game time is scheduled for 7:05 PM CT.The Zephyrs return home for a four-game series against the Omaha Royals on Saturday, June 21st at 6:00 PM CT.
NEW ORLEANS - The New Orleans ..., 18 June 2008 [cached]
NEW ORLEANS - The New Orleans Zephyrs have named Marty Scott as their manager and Rick Waits as their pitching coach.
Scott, a former manager of the Fort Worth Cats, will be the 10th manager of the Zephyrs.
Oberkfell, Warthen head to New York; ..., 18 June 2008 [cached]
Oberkfell, Warthen head to New York; Scott comes to N.O.
Settling into a new job as manager of the Gulf Coast Mets, Marty Scott received a call from Tony Bernazard, the New York Mets' vice president of player development.
"When Tony called, he said, 'Pack your bags,' " Scott said.
With an 0-0 record -- the rookie-level Gulf Coast League season doesn't open until Thursday -- Scott was on his way from Florida to Des Moines, Iowa, to begin another new job.On Tuesday, he became manager of the Zephyrs, who were getting ready to open a series against the Iowa Cubs.
"I'm very excited about it," Scott said of taking over the Zephyrs.
"He's familiar with the club and the (pitching) staff -- what they can do, what they can't do," Scott said."I feel very fortunate to have the (coaching) staff we do."
Scott, 54, has a varied baseball background.He played in the Texas Rangers' minor-league system, managed in their system, and was the Rangers' director of player development from 1984 to 1994.He also managed in independent leagues.He said he had five coaching stints with Team USA, four with the men's team and one with the women's team, which won the world cup under his management in 2004.In 2005, the Florida Marlins interviewed Scott for their manager's job.
Before joining the Mets' organization this year, Scott was working as a scout for EBS Sports, a company providing representation for players.Most of the clients were minor-leaguers, he said.
"We are excited to welcome Marty and Rick to New Orleans," Zephyrs General Manager Mike Schline said.
EBS - Sport Management
www.EBS-SPORTS.COM, 13 Dec 2009 [cached]
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