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The Fourmost achieved fame under the management wing of Brian Epstein and had already been part of the boom of beat music in Liverpool, having played the famous Cavern club in 1961, long before the Beatles made their debut. After being auditioned by George Martin, they were signed to Parlophone Records, the same label as The Beatles.
Two commercial Lennon / McCartney songs, "Hello Little Girl" and "I'm In Love" served as their initial a-sides, but the chirpy "A Little Lovin'" became the bands biggest hit on reaching N0.6 in April 1964.
They were featured in the film "Ferry Cross the Mersey" which consolidated their position as one of the leading Liverpool groups as well as appearing as resident band at the London Palladium over a 2 year period.
Today, The Fourmost are one of the busier named bands performing on the 60’s circuit, playing in and around the UK and Europe at such venues as, Butlins, Warners, Haven, Park Resorts and Brittania Hotels and selected theatres to name a few.
In 2011 the Fourmost appeared as guest artistes on a nationwide tour “Live from Liverpool” with fellow Liverpool hit makers the Merseybeats to celebrate 50 yrs in the music industry.

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