Normie Rowe, Johnny Young and Ross D Wyllie are coming to the Peninsula Community Theatre.
Between 1965 and 1967 Normie Rowe was the biggest male pop star in Australia. His presence generated hysteria and for two years he reigned supreme as Australia’s first King of Pop.
Normie cut a string of hits including Que Sera Sera and Shakin’ All Over (the top-selling Australian single of the 1960s and one of the biggest-selling Australia recordings of all time). His other hits include It Ain’t Necessarily So, I who Have Nothing, I Just Don’t Understand, Ooh La La and It’s Not Easy.
Johnny Young started his career in the ‘60s with number one hits Step Back and Cara Lyn, which were the biggest-selling Australian singles of the 1960s, behind Normie Rowe’s Que Sera Sera and Shakin’ All Over.
He recorded the hit All My Lovin’ in 1967 – his signature song. From 1971 to 1988 he produced and hosted the children’s variety show ‘Young Talent Time’.
Ross D Wyllie arrived in Melbourne in 1967 to host a live music show UpTight. Ross had several national hits including his cover of the Ray Stevens song Funny Man and his national number one hit The Star was penned by Johnny Young.
Normie, Johnny and Ross will perform at the Peninsula Community Theatre, Mornington, for ONE NIGHT ONLY on Saturday, April 1. Fully licensed. Food van catering. Book now at Trybooking.com/255607