With a clean cut image that was cultivated by the band's manager, Mickie Most, the English pop group Herman's Hermits managed to become one of the more popular bands of the British Invasion scene in the 1960s. Though the group's oftentimes trite sound limited its musical flexibility, Herman's Hermits nevertheless still grew into a popular act of its generation with hit singles like "I'm Into Something Good." Herman's Hermits popularity faded tremendously by the 1970s, but it didn't stop the members in the band from touring fairly regularly, and to this day, after nearly four decades of existence, the group is still performing its characteristic style of British pop to audiences around the world.
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