Dave Berry and The Cruisers

Born David Holgate Grundy in Beighton near Sheffield in 1941, Berry started out singing in Yorkshire clubs as half of an Everly Brothers-type duo.

In 1961 he assumed his stage surname when invited to front The Cruisers, who had risen from the ashes of another local combo, The Chuck Fowler R ‘n’ B Band.
His best-remembered hits are "Memphis, Tennessee", "The Crying Game" (1964) and his 1965 hit "Little Things", "This Strange Effect" (1965), written by Ray Davies, became a Number One hit for him in the Netherlands and Belgium.  B. J. Thomas's sentimental "Mama" (1966) and "Don't Gimme No Lip Child", the latter is the flip to Berry's #5 hit single, "The Crying Game", in 1964, were other notable recordings.

Having played to a million fans over the past three decades, the show is described as a “definitive music mecca for fans of the golden era of pop music”.

Memphis Tenessee - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AoKWmFk7lx8
Little Things - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnHEg20zT5c

The sensational Nashville Teens are coming out of London to be special guests on the Dave Berry concert…..and make an exceptionally rare appearance……
The band still features founder member and legendary Ray Phillips ….believed to be the finest voice in any 60s band…..infact Jack Bruce wanted Ray to be the lead singer with Cream…an offer turned down by Ray…….

The Nashville Teens - Tobacco Road - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FFX6ZcbncbU

Friday 12th August 2022 - 19:30

Princess Theatre
13 The Green
PE36 5AH