If you go by the history books, on August 29, 1966 the Beatles played their last live concert. But if you go by your eyes and ears, the Beatles still play on, thanks to 1964: The Tribute. No less an authority than Rolling Stone declared the band to be the “Best Beatles Tribute on Earth.” But the master musicians in this faux Fab Four have elevated their performance far beyond that of a “tribute act.” For nearly 30 years, they have excelled at recreating every nuance of a live Beatles performance from 1964 to 1966. For more than 2,700 performances, they have evoked the euphoria of the Beatles coming to the United States for the first time. Now, for the twelfth time, 1964: The Tribute returns to Carnegie Hall to celebrate the legacy of the Beatles, with a look and sound that even John, Paul, George and Ringo would have to admire.