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Graham Clark
Features Writer
9:00 PM 14th December 2019

Last Few Remaining Tickets For Sixties Gold At Leeds Grand Theatre

The popularity of the Sixties tours seems to be as strong as ever. The latest Sixties Gold tour finishes in Leeds at the Grand Theatre on Sunday 15 December with two shows, one at 2.30pm and another at 7.30pm.

The Love Affair will probably be best remembered for the number 1 hit Everlasting Love. Youthful lead singer Steve Ellis still has the voice to do justice to that hit and also other tracks such as Rainbow Valley.

The Marmalade are also appearing to perform hits such as Cousin Norman, Reflections of My Life and of course Ob-La-Di,Ob-La-Da.

Wayne Fontana is quite a character - his stories and humour in between the songs are very entertaining. Expect to hear classics such as Pamela Pamela, Game of Love and A Groovy Kind of Love.

The Merseybeats always put on a good show, with so many hits the group have had it is hard to fit them all into their short set. Sorrow, later covered by David Bowie is always a favourite as well as Don't Turn Around and Wishin' and Hopin'.

Hermans Hermits need no introduction and their set will bring back all those memories with songs like I'm Into Something Good, Wonderful World and There's A Kind of Hush.

It promises to be a superb show of hits and memories

Sunday 15 December 2019
Leeds Grand Theatre
https://www.leedsgrandtheatre.com