Win tickets to see leg­ends of the Six­ties

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Music -

For one night only, seven leg­endary names take to the stage at Pe­ter­bor­ough’s Cres­set theatre next month and de­liver to you a night never to be for­got­ten. With a def­i­nite feel­good fac­tor The Sen­sa­tional 60’s Ex­pe­ri­ence on Oc­to­ber 28 is must see show star­ring Her­man’s Her­mits, Chris Far­lowe, The Swing­ing Blue Jeans, The For­tunes, The Ivy League, The New Amen Cor­ner and Alan Mosca from Fred­die and The Dream­ers.

Through­out the midSix­ties Her­man’s Her­mits proved to be a dom­i­nat­ing force world­wide. From 1964 the band chalked up over 23 top 20 sin­gles, 10 hit al­bums and three ma­jor movies. Their chart break­ing hits in­clude, Mrs Brown You’ve Got A Lovely Daugh­ter, Sil­hou­ettes, There’s A Kind Of Hush, Henry V111, Some­thing Is Hap­pen­ing and I’m Into Some­thing Good.

Chris Far­lowe started out in the late Fifties with The Thun­der­birds but went on to per­form all over Europe. His hits in­clude clas­sics like 1966 chart-top­per Out Of Time, Hand­bags and Gladrags, Let The Heartaches Be­gin and Reach Out I’ll Be There.

The Swing­ing Blue Jeans found fame with hits such as Hippy Hippy Shake, You’re No Good, Good Golly Miss Molly and Don’t Make Me Over.

The For­tunes formed in the 1960s, pro­duc­ing clas­sics such as, You’ve Got Your Trou­bles, Here It Comes Again and, con­tin­u­ing into the Seven­ties with more suc­cess­ful re­leases such as Storm in a Teacup and Free­dom Come, Free­dom Go.

The Ivy League guar­an­tee to have the au­di­ence rolling in the aisles with laugh­ter and cou­ple this with their hit records Funny How Love Can Be, Toss­ing & Turn­ing and That’s Why I’m Cry­ing.

The New Amen Cor­ner will keep you en­ter­tained with clas­sics such as If Par­adise Is Half As Nice, and the clas­sic Bend Me Shape Me.

We have two pairs of tickets to give away. To be in with a chance of win­ning a pair, an­swer this ques­tion: Which of the acts was top of the charts in 1966 when Eng­land won the World Cup? Email your an­swer to brad. by Oc­to­ber 5.

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