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The Searchers - Perform Live and Free at SKYCITY

The Searchers - Perform Live and Free at SKYCITY

Regarded as second only to the Beatles as Liverpool's finest 60s group, British pop group The Searchers will perform live and free at SKYCITY's New City Bar next week (times below).

Founder member John McNally heads up the line up of Frank Allen, Spencer James and Eddie Rothe. The resurgence of the sixties sounds has seen the Searchers ever popular with their famous numbers including "Needles and Pins" "Sugar and Spice" "Don't Throw Your Love Away" and "When you Walk In the Room."

The Searchers are available for interviews, and media opportunities from 29 January.

Background

"The Searchers"

This is not a Tribute band - they are the real thing!

1/ 50% of band are original including the Founder John McNally, and one other member was in a top 40 group from the 60s as well. He had a hit called "Beach Baby"(great song which he does!)

DETAILS AS FOLLOWS:

Venue New City Bar

Performance dates: Thurs 26, Fri 27, Sat 28 & Sun 29 Jan 2006

Performance times: Thurs 26 10pm - 12am

Fri 27 10pm - 2am

Sat 28 10pm - 12am

Sun 29 9pm - 11am

Arrival dates/times: The Searchers will arrive in Auckland on Tues 24th Jan

and will be staying SKYCITY Hotel

Available for interviews from Wed 29 Jan

Promoter contact Gray Bartlett is the contact person for The Searchers

Pacific Entertainment Ltd

Ph: 302 2070 or 0274 959936

email: gray.pel@xtra.co.nz

World wide hits Their Hits are many, and huge sellers.

1/ When You Walk in the Room (Charted No 3)

2/ Sweets for my Sweet (No1)

3/ Needles and Pins(No 1)

4/ Sugar and Spice (No 2)

5/ Dont Throw Your Love Away (No 1)

6/ Have You Ever Loved Somebody( No 10)

7/ Western Union (No 10) plus many many more Top 20 Hits

CD CD is available with their hit songs - let me know if you need it

Profile Info I only have hard copies of their Profile Information which I

can fax to you or put in internal post with their CD.

Let me know what you would like me to do

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