‘Good Golly Miss Molly’ it’s time to ‘Hippy Hippy Shake’ at the South Holland Centre next month as Merseybeat legends The Swinging Blue Jeans bring their 60s rock and roll to town
The band have made their mark on musical history and continue nearly 60 years after their debut single ‘It’s Too Late Now’ arrived in the UK top 40.
Riding the Beatles-inspired Merseybeat waves, covers including You’re No Good, reached number three in the charts and Hippy Hippy Shake number two.
Originally set up by vocalist and lead guitarist Ray Ennis, the group is now led by Alan Lovell.
They’re at the South Holland Centre at 7.30pm on Saturday, February 26.
A spokesman for the venue said: “Together Alan, Peter Oakman, Graham Hollingworth and Jeff Bannister, will have you swinging in the aisles on a night you won’t forget. With such talent they are without doubt, one of the most exciting bands touring the 60s circuit to this day.”
Tickets costing £25 are available from www.southhollandcentre.co.uk