Having quickly become one of the top tribute acts in the southeast, Johnny Wild and the Delights have been wowing audiences of all kinds with their energetic and authentic take on songs from the classic era of rock, pop, country and beyond. Their latest acclaimed theme show sets their sights on one of the greatest time periods in rock 'n roll history, BRITISH INVASION. Set in the mid to late 1960s, Johnny and the gang take you on a whirlwind tour of the greatest bands and musicians the United Kingdom skyrocketed out into the world. In addition to a slew of hits from the Rolling Stones, The Who and, of course, the Fab Four themselves, you'll hear classic tunes like Manfred Mann's "Do Wah Diddy", Spencer Davis Group's "Gimmie Some Lovin'" and even some fine work from the lovely Wildettes on Petula Clark's "Downtown" and Dusty Springfield's "Preacher's Son". Don't miss the hippest rock 'n roll review of the spring!