Beatles rivals set the pace at the Elgiva

JOIN ‘60s icon Gerry Marsden on a musical journey from his early beginnings in Liverpool, through those heady days of Gerry and the Pacemakers, right up to the present.

In 1962 Gerry and the Pacemakers were signed by manager Brian Epstein as his second group after the Beatles.

They soon made their name with ballads like Ferry Cross the Mersey and You’ll Never Walk Alone - the hit which became an anthem for the crowds at Liverpool Football Club, still played before kick-off every Saturday, inscribed on the club gates and always the most popular concert request.

The band topped the British and American charts for much of the ‘60s and Gerry’s popularity means he continues to tour extensively in the UK and abroad.

Hear all Gerry’s greatest hits mixed with stories, jokes and anecdotes from his years at the top.

Gerry Cross The Mersey is at the Elgiva in Chesham on Friday, April 29, 8pm.

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