The Searchers to celebrate 50 years of success on Cromer Pier
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The distinctive sound of the Searchers (pictured) brought them a string of hits in the 1960s.
But the busy band is still going strong after 50 years, playing more than 150 gigs a year.
On Saturday September 26 they are at Cromer Pier.
Veterans John McNally and Frank Allen from the golden years of constant hits are joined by Spencer James and Scott Ottaway.
A valuable stock of more than a dozen chart entries, and multiple album tracks are mingled with stories of the triumphs and tribulations along the musical journey that has taken them all around the world.
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Their biggest UK hit was Needles and Pins. Others included Sweets For My Sweet, Sugar and Spice and Don`t Throw Your Love Away.
Tickets £21 from 01263 512495 or www.cromer-pier.com.
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