MUSIC legends The Drifters are celebrating their 50th anniversary by performing at Huddersfield Town Hall.
The vocal group, whose hits have filled dance floors since the 1950s, will be visiting Huddersfield on October 26, as part of their 50th anniversary tour.
They will give a two-hour show of hits, including There Goes My Baby, Save the Last Dance for Me, Under the Boardwalk, Up On The Roof and Saturday Night at the Movies.
The tour coincides with a new album, The Definitive Drifters, a 58-song greatest hits album.
The line-up of the group has changed over the years.
Initially, in 1953, lead singer Clyde McPhatter created the group in the USA with the Atlantic record label.
He left in 1954 and Johnny Moore stepped in and the group had four US hits.
When Ben E King took over the lead of the group, the world sat up and noticed The Drifters. From the hit There Goes My Baby in 1959, The Drifters had 20 worldwide hit singles.
The group moved to the UK in 1972.
Johnny Moore, Bill Fredericks, Grant Kitchings and Butch Leak had a 10-year run of hits.
Line-ups changed, but Johnny Moore was still involved until he died in 1998.
The surviving members, Roy G Hemmings, Rohan Turney and Patrick Alan, nearly disbanded, but then decided to add Vic Bynoe to their ranks.
They are now the current line-up.
If you want to hear these four re-create hits from the last 50 years, phone Kirklees booking office on 01484 223200.
Tickets cost £12 to £14 and the show starts at 7.30pm.