Sixties star on his comeback

A 1960s pop musician will be visiting Norwich to tell the story of how his life was transformed when he became a committed Christian.

A 1960s pop musician will be visiting Norwich to tell the story of how his life was transformed when he became a committed Christian.

Ex-Herman's Hermits singer-songwriter John Gaughan, famous for such catchy classics as No Milk Today, There's a Kind of Hush and I'm Into Something Good, is the guest of the Norwich group of the Full Gospel Business Men's Fellowship International on Thursday, December 9.

John now tours the country, telling how his life was almost wrecked by alcohol addiction and how his discovery of faith turned his life around.

The dinner is at The Quality Hotel, Bowthorpe, with tickets costing £11.


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Tickets must be booked by Monday through Derek and Susan Muspratt on 01603 755432.

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