50 years on, The Delltones will rock the Workers Club this Saturday night.
50 years on, The Delltones will rock the Workers Club this Saturday night.

A half-century of harmonies

For 50 years The Delltones have been roaming round the country, veterans of stage and screen.

Formed in 1958, they shared stadiums with superstar Johnny O'Keefe and starred on pioneering television shows Six O'clock Rock and Brian Henderson's Bandstand.

In 1984 their Bop 'Till Ya Drop album went gold and only Michael Jackson's Thriller kept it out of the number one spot on the Kent Album Chart.

Thirty-one singles and 19 albums later, Ian "Peewee" Wilson, founding member, has returned the band to its roots as a four-part harmony outfit.

In that incarnation they play the Lismore Workers Club, this Saturday, July 14, at 8pm.

Get a slice of history, for $40 a ticket.


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