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Peter Noone
Brought An Olde English Christmas And A Bit Of The British Invasion
To Robins Theatre

Peter Noone

Peter Noone

Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits

Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits

Peter Noone

Peter Noone

Peter Noone

Peter Noone

Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits

Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits

Peter Noone

Peter Noone

Peter Noone

Peter Noone

Peter Noone

Peter Noone

Peter Noone

Peter Noone

Peter Noone

Peter Noone

Peter Noone

Peter Noone

December 11, 2021

Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits brought the sounds of the British Invasion as well as some yuletide cheer to Robins Theatre on Thursday night.

Noone, the former lead singer of Herman's Hermits opened the show with one of the bands biggest hits, "I'm Into Something Good" and proceeded to play a variety of hits from Herman's Hermits and other mid 1960's era bands.  Songs like "Love Potion #9" "Sea Cruise," "Daydream Believer" and The Beatles "All My Loving" sounded fantastic and fit nicely into the set.

Peter and his backing band were dressed for the occasion as two of the band members were dressed as elves, one was Santa and the drummer wore a Christmas tree hat for the enitire show.  Noone was dresses sharply with a proper top hat, plaid scarf and matching bow tie.

Throughout the set, the band would sprinkle in  a few Christmas songs like "Jingle Bells," "O, Holy Night" and "When A Child Is Born."

Noone is a great entertainer.  He told some jokes, interacted with the audience and even threw out a couple of CDs to fans in the front.

The highlight of the evening came when all the band members took center stage and sang an acapella version of "Silent Night" and the entire audience joined in.

The band returned to their instruments and proceeded to rock out with Herman's Hermits biggest hits, "Mrs. Brown, You've Got A Lovely Daughter" and "I'm Henry the VIII" which turned into a huge sing-a-long.

Peter and company closed the show with a great version of "There's A Kind Of Hush."

It was another fun and entertaining evening at the beautiful Robins Theater.  If you haven't been there yet, I suggest you check out this wonderful venue.

Review and photos by Greg Drugan