Friday Feb 21
Pacific Business Times
50 years after British Invasion, Peter Noone muses on music's future
For five decades, entertainer and longtime South Coast resident Peter Noone has kept alive the legacy of the band now known as Herman and the Hermits, providing the world with some of the most enduring music of the British Invasion.
The audience holding tickets to United Way's 80th celebration are undoubtedly expecting a night of music, but don't be surprised if they are treated to a bit of comedy, as well.
Phoenix New Times
Black Bottom Lighters are the biggest thing on the Valley reggae scene since white guys learned how to dreadlock their hair.
West Side and South Side Leader
Peter Noone back with Herman's Hermits for Akron show
Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits has been in the business of rock 'n' roll for 50 years, but he isn't one to look back on the past as the best time of his career.
Jeff Moehlis: Micky Dolenz, Peter Noone and David Cassidy Still Alive and Well
All three performers had kicked off the evening with The Stray Cats' "Rock This Town."