Classic sixties rockers promise a vintage gig

The Animals and Friends had a top line-up of 1960s hitmakers.

The Animals and Friends had a top line-up of 1960s hitmakers.

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The Animals and Friends, Herman’s Hermits and The Move form an amazing line up of classic 60s British rock groups.

South Yorkshire fans can see veteran members from all three perform at Building 21, Elsecar Heritage Centre, on Friday, March 18.

Headlining the evening is The Animals and Friends, Featuring, from The Animals – John Steel and Mickey Gallagher, plus John E. Williamson and Peter Barton.

The band that shook the world back in 1964 have re-invented themselves and still command great respect from fans of all ages with pivotal songs from The Animals’ catalogue such as We Gotta Get Out Of This Place and House of The Rising Sun.

Supporting The Animals and Friends are fellow 60s legends, Herman’s Hermits and The Move.

Herman’s Hermits have chalked up over 23 top twenty singles, 10 hit albums and have total record sales of over 75 million. The Move were the first to be played on Radio 1. Their hits include Flowers in the Rain and Blackberry Way. They held a residency at the iconic Marquee Club, and toured with Jimi Hendrix and The Who.

Tickets £23.50 (plus booking fee) from Elsecar Heritage Centre and The Civic. Visit www.barnsleycivic.co.uk or call 01226 327000.