Personalities | Herman’s Hermits | Sixties | Rock
(Vocal group, 1963–present)
Peter ‘Herman’ Noone (vocals) had been a TV actor before the group’s maiden single, 1965’s ‘I’m Into Something Good’, was a hit both at home and in the States; ‘Hermania’ was manifested by high Hot 100 climbs for songs such as ‘Silhouettes’, ‘Mrs Brown You’ve Got A Lovely Daughter’ and ‘Listen People’ before a predictable decline when new sensations arrived. Turning back on the European market, they managed a few more chart strikes before Noone went solo in 1971.
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