Virtually every true fan of popular music remembers a day in the mid-1960s when the "British Invasion" dominated the airwaves, and ultimately changed the face of pop music. One of that era's most indisputably recognized and influential pioneers was Peter Noone who, along with his band of mop-topped superstars - Herman's Hermits
, rode the waves of stardom and became such smash hits worldwide that their music continues to be a staple of pop radio play worldwide, to this day.
Pete and band played, and continued to play to sold-out audiences across America and Europe, thrilling audiences with hits that have become fixtures in our musical universe. In their heyday alone, Hermin's Hermits and Peter Noone sold over 75 million records, collected 11 Top-ten hits and were nominated for 3 Grammy Awards.
Captured live in 2003 in an extraordinary live performance in front of a sold-out crowd in Cleveland, Ohio, Peter Noone and Herman's Hermits perform some of their greatest hits including "I'm Into Something Good," "Can't You Hear My Heart Beat" and "There's A Kind Of Hush (All Over The World)."
A band that made the 1960s pop scene a considerably better place to be, Herman's Hermits may not have scaled the heady heights of their peers such as The Rolling Stones or The Beatles, but they did leave an indelible mark on the music scene. They enjoyed US success by riding the crest of the British Invasion wave, and ended up selling millions of records to fans eager to taste a slice of the British pop pie. Here, they perform a number of their best known songs live in concert; among them are "I'm Henry the VIII, I Am," "I'm Into Something Good," and many others.