A TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE
Bobby Sherman and fellow aging teen idols Davy Jones and Peter Noone are scheduled to play Melody Fair this week along with '70s and '80s hit-makers Hall and Oates. Sherman, who had seven Top 40 hits from 1969-71, will appear with Jones and Noone at 8 p.m. Thursday. Sherman, 54, now works as an emergency medical technician in Los Angeles and appeared in two television series, "Shindig" and "Here Comes The Brides." Davy Jones came to fame in the '60s as a singer and actor with the Monkees, while Peter Noone was the lead vocalist for Herman's Hermits. Daryl Hall and John Oates were a hit machine in the early days of MTV and play Melody Fair at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Hall and Oates have a soulful, R & B sound with a pop flavor. They are known for such pop standards as "Sara Smile," "She's Gone," "Rich Girl," "Maneater," "Private Eyes" and "Out of Touch."
-- Anthony Violanti