At the Winding Wheel
The Tremeloes | Mamas and Papas | Herman’s Hermits | The Marmalade
The Merseybeats | Dave Berry | Barry Ryan | Gerry’s Pacemakers
The Tremeloes, Have sold in excess of 100 Million records worldwide, featuring the legendary Len “Chip” Hawkes and Micky Clarke with their huge No 1 Hits “Silence Is Golden”, “Suddenly You Love Me”, “Even The Band Times Are Good”, “(Call Me) Number One” And many more!!
Hermans Hermits. One of the biggest selling bands of the 60’s now celebrating their 55th anniversary. Formed in Manchester in 1964, the band has chalked up 23 Hit Singles, 10 Hit Albums, appeared in 3 major movies and have sold in excess of 75 Million records. Hits include: “There’s a Kind of Hush”, “Silhouettes”, “Can’t You Hear My Heart Beat”, “Wonderful World”, “A Must to Avoid”, and many more.
The Merseybeats. Another success story from the Liverpool. Hit records including; “Sorrow”, “I Think of You”, and “Wishin’ and Hopin’”.
The Marmalade were the champions of the Scottish Beat in 1968, adding another dimension to the sound of the classic pop song, with great harmonies. Chart-toppers include: “Lovin’ Things”, “Reflections of My Life”, “Falling Apart at The Seams”, Cousin Norman, and their Lennon & McCartney composed No1 smash hit
The individual style and voice of Dave Berry with his chart-topping hits “The Crying Game”, “Little Things” “Memphis Tennessee” and “Mama”
Mamas and Papas uk, featuring Terry Bradford, Sussie Arneson, Laurie Briggs andChris White performing the wonderful hit songs; “Monday Monday”, “California Dreamin’”, “Dedicated to the One I love” And many more
Barry Ryan. Starting his singing career with brother Paul in 1965 and achieving severaltop 50 hits together, Barry went on as a solo artist in 1968 and had the massive worldwide hit “Eloise”, written by his brother.
Joining the line-up are top musicians Gerry’s Pacemakers who will perform some of Gerry Marsden’s massive hits which include, “I Like It”, “How Do You Do It”, “You’ll Never Walk Alone”, “Ferry Across the Mersey” and many more!
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