Blast from the past Herman's Hermit's legend Peter Noone is back on stage

The Canyon Club welcomes back live shows, with a fun loving spirit of Noone on the 28th

Over the past 14 months, the live music business was put on hold due to the Covid pandemic. But now that Los Angeles has moved into the yellow tier, concert venues are re-opening with strict safety and health protocols and limited seating capacity.

The Canyon Club venues are allowing much eager fans to attend live shows and will welcome British Invasion living legend Peter Noone and his band, Herman's Hermits to their location in Agoura Hills on May 28.

At the age of 15, Noone achieved international fame as the lead singer of the legendary sixties pop band, singing hits like "I'm Into Something Good," "Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter," "There's a Kind of Hush," "Listen People," and his anthem "I'm Henry VIII, I Am," among many others.

Ultimately, Herman's Hermits sold over 60 million recordings and 14 singles and seven albums went gold.

Noone is known to be larger-than-life on stage. He's talented, witty and has a great connection to the members of the audience. Nobody has more fun than him and his spirit is contagious.

And he has a well-preserved singing voice which he keeps in shape by consistently touring.

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