Stars of the Sixties

From the producers of Pop, Rock & Doo Wopp comes “Stars of the Sixties,” featuring some of the biggest hit-makers from the rock-and-roll era.

Headlining the evening is Herman’s Hermits, starring Peter Noone. Part of the British Invasion, the popular group will sing their biggest hits, including “I’m Into Something Good,” “I’m Henry VIII,” “Mrs. Brown, You’ve Got a Lovely Daughter” and more.

Joining the band are other iconic rock groups, The Vogues, and The Happenings.

The Vogues had numerous hits and appeared on “American Bandstand,” “Hullabaloo” and “The Ed Sullivan Show.” Their smooth harmonies, which earned them a spot in the Vocal Group Hall of Fame, produced hits like “You’re the One,” “Turn Around, Look at Me” and “My Special Angel.”

The Happenings’ lead singer, Bobby Miranda, will sing classic hits like “See You in September,” “Go Away, Little Girl” and “I Got Rhythm.”

Take a trip down memory lane at this one-night-only reunion of original recording artists from the greatest era in rock-and-roll history. It is sure to be a sell-out, so get your tickets early!


Remember these hits?
“I’m Into Something Good”
“Mrs. Brown, You’ve Got a Lovely Daughter”
“Turn Around, Look at Me”
“My Special Angel”
“See You in September”
“Go Away, Little Girl”