LIVE: Herman’s Hermits will be at the Entertainment Centre.
LIVE: Herman’s Hermits will be at the Entertainment Centre. Contributed

Golden oldies in town

A GOOD old golden oldies show is coming to the Proserpine Entertainment Centre next Wednesday - Herman's Hermits, one of the most successful groups throughout the world.

From their beginning in Manchester in 1964, the band has chalked up over 23 hit singles, 10 hit albums, three major movies and countless television shows and concert tours all over the world. To date they have total record sales of over 75 million.

Since the departure of former band member Peter Noone in 1971, to pursue a solo career, the group has never stopped.

Original member Barry "the Bean" Whitwam, has guided the band from strength to strength, into one of the hardest working acts in the business maintaining an amazing sense of humour.

Their touring schedule takes them around the world, packing in the audiences at every venue and delighting them with their solid musicianship, vocal ability and dynamic stage presence.

The 'Golden Oldies' still make up a large part of their show - much to the enjoyment of their fans, who can't resist singing along to Mrs Brown You've Got A Lovely Daughter, Silhouettes, Dandy and Henry VIII.

If you are looking for some nostalgia Herman's Hermits in Proserpine is your ticket "Into Something Good".

GOLDEN OLDIES

  • What: Herman's Hermits
  • Where: The Proserpine Entrainment Centre
  • When: Wednesday August 3
  • Cost: Adults $46, concession $42, child $25
  • Tickets: Call 4945 2312

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