Peter Noone was the lead singer of Herman’s Hermits, the British Invasion group that had more hits in the 1960s than any other group except The Beatles. In 1965, Herman's Hermits were Cashbox’s #1 selling artist, and had three #1 songs in four months (Can’t You Hear My Heartbeat, Mrs. Brown, You’ve Got a Lovely Daughter, and I’m Henry the VIII, I Am)! Peter is an international star, having appeared on every major TV show of the time, two Broadway shows, hosted VH1 shows for four years and three PBS Specials on The British Invasion. Peter now has a weekly radio show on Sirius/XM 60s on 6 called Something Good with Peter Noone.
Peter Noone was born in Davyhulme, Greater Manchester, UK on November 5, 1947.
2013 - New York Metro
2014 - Chicago
OFFICIAL FEST VIDEOS:
Performing "There's a Kind of Hush" with Micky Dolenz at the 2014 Chicago Fest -
CLASSIC PETER NOONE VIDEOS:
Performing "I'm Henry VIII I Am" as part of Herman's Hermits in 1965 -
Peter Noone on the web: peternoone.com
Peter Noone on Facebook: Facebook.com/hermanshermitsstarringpeternoone
Peter Noone on Instagram: @peternoone