Dave Berry

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

Saturday 12th February 2022 - 19:30

Princess Theatre
13 The Green
PE36 5AH