Lead singer of Herman’s Hermits talks about decades of music

Group is coming to Metro Detroit

Since the late 1960′s, the group Herman’s Hermits has been singing songs that became instant classics, such as “I’m Into Something Good,” “Henry the 8th I Am,” and “There’s a Kind of Hush.” Now the music group is bringing their hits to Metro Detroit.

Peter Noone, the lead singer of Herman’s Hermits, spoke with “Live In The D” host Tati Amare ahead of the group’s upcoming performance in Warren. Noone said he’s excited to play at Andiamo Celebrity Showroom, which is a venue he’s performed at before. He said fans can expect the show to feature the group’s greatest hits. He said they open with “I’m Into Something Good,” which is a song that was written by Carole King and the group recorded when they were teenagers. After performing “I’m Into Something Good,” Herman’s Hermits will play “Wonderful World” next. Noone said the band knows 300 different songs that they can play.

Herman’s Hermits will take the stage at Andiamo Celebrity Showroom in Warren on Saturday, May 21st at 8 p.m. You can watch the video above to hear what Noone has to say about being in the music industry at the same time as The Beatles.

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