As one of the few bands from the 1960s still with their original line-up, the Seekers have proved their staying power. Now they're being recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours.
Celebrating 50 years since they began their distinguished career, the Seekers, whose hits include Georgy Girl, I'll Never Find Another You and A World of Our Own, have been on the road performing sold-out shows across
"It's a lovely moment for the four of us, to each individually be named in that way," he said.
"We've had so many honours as a group, it's hard to imagine there would be any more to come. And this one came right out of the blue for all of us."
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