The Invasion is a stripped-down and energetic British-invasion tribute band specializing in British rock and roll from the 1960s and 1970s. From pre-Ed Sullivan Beatles and Dave Clark Five through the Faces and the Rolling Stones of the early seventies, the Invasion’s repertoire features all the sounds and colors of the greatest era in rock and roll. The Beatles and the Stones, naturally, as well as the Kinks, Who, Yardbirds, Zombies, Herman’s Hermits, Manfred Mann, and many more. Agile and versatile, the Invasion plays any and all venues, from quiet acoustic settings to full-blown electric dance halls. Whether it’s a vineyard or a pub, a private party or special event, the blokes are ready to rock for you and your friends.


  • Beatles

  • I Wanna Hold Your Hand
  • Revolution
  • She’s a Woman
  • I Saw Her Standing There
  • Oh Darling
  • A Day in the Life
  • You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away
  • Across the Universe
  • Old Brown Shoe
  • And I Love Her
  • I’ve Just Seen a Face
  • She Loves You
  • Taxman
  • Ticket to Ride
  • If I Fell
  • Cry Baby Cry
  • Things We Said Today
  • Please Please Me
  • One After 909
  • I'm Looking Through You
  • What You're Doing
  • I Need You
  • I'll Cry Instead
  • Baby It's You
  • Any Time At All
  • I Should Have Known Better
  • Faces/Rod Stewart

  • Reason to Believe
  • Ooh La La
  • Rolling Stones

  • Paint it Black
  • Satisfaction
  • Ruby Tuesday
  • Under My Thumb
  • Nineteenth Nervous Breakdown
  • I'm Free
  • Mother's Little Helper
  • Jumping Jack Flash
  • The Last Time
  • Animals

  • We Gotta Get Out of This Place
  • The Who

  • The Kids Are Alright
  • The Seeker
  • Can't Explain
  • The Kinks

  • Dedicated Follower of Fashion
  • Picture Book
  • Stop Your Sobbing
  • Till the End of the Day
  • Sunny Afternoon
  • Victoria
  • You Really Got Me
  • All Day and All of the Night
  • Tired of Waiting For You
  • Waterloo Sunset
  • Manfred Mann

  • Fox on the Run
  • Do Wa Diddy
  • The Mighty Quinn
  • Herman’s Hermits

  • Something Good
  • Henry VIII
  • Los Bravos

  • Black is Black
  • Troggs

  • Wild Thing
  • Bee Gees

  • New York Mining Disaster
  • Peter and Gordon

  • World without Love
  • Go to Pieces
  • Nobody I Know
  • The Hollies

  • Just One Look
  • Pink Floyd

  • Brain Damage/Eclipse
  • Wish You Were Here
  • Van Morrison/Them

  • Gloria
  • Brown Eyed Girl
  • Wild Night
  • Dave Clark Five

  • Glad All Over
  • Bits and Pieces
  • Can’t You See That She’s Mine?
  • Because
  • Any Way You Want It
  • Gerry and the Pacemakers

  • Ferry Cross the Mersey
  • Don’t Let the Sun Catch You Crying
  • Zombies

  • Tell Her No
  • She's Not There
  • I Love You
  • Searchers

  • Needles and Pins
  • Swinging Bluejeans

  • Hippy Hippy Shake
  • Donovan

  • Sunshine Superman
  • Mellow Yellow
  • Yardbirds/Jeff Beck

  • For Your Love
  • Heart Full of Soul
  • What do you Want?
  • Hi Ho Silver Lining
  • Badfinger

  • Come and Get It
  • Baby Blue
  • No Matter What


(guitar and vocal)
Originally hailing from the Washington, D.C. music scene, LB has performed actively in the Shenandoah Valley as a solo performer and front man for more than two decades. His many musical credits include the bands Rocktown, SRO, and the Irish pub band Scruffy Murphy.

Colum Leckey

(bass and vocal)
Started off in the Charlottesville alternative music scene and continues to play bass guitar in the C’ville-based punk rock trio Girl Choir and the Cajun punk rock band Jolie Fille.

Tom Leigh

(drums and percussion)
A native of Harrisonburg. He has played in many of the area’s premier rock and roll bands, including Jarbo, Rocktown, and Backbeat.

Brad Clatterbuck

(Lead Guitar and Vocals)
A singer/songwriter from the Shenandoah Valley. Brad has been a lifelong fan of the Beatles and other "invasion era" bands. He has performed in many bands since his youth including; Passage, Tundra, Opus, BackBeat, Eastwind (an acoustic duo) and many other bands.