The group was formed way back in 1963, and after nearly eight huge years at the top in the U.S., lead singer Peter
The group partly reformed in 1973 for a tour with the Monkees.
The members of the group have been in legal rows for decades over the names of the group. Group member Derek Leckenby died in 2004.
In 1970 they had their first hit of the decade with "Years May Come, Years May Go".
In May of 1970 that had a modest hit with "Bet Your Life I Do", which reached No. 22 in the UK charts.
The third single of 1970 was
was Lady Barbara which was credited as Peter Noone and Hermans Hermits.