STILL WILD THINGS: The Troggs.
STILL WILD THINGS: The Troggs. CONTRIBUTED

Generations of music fans are still wild for The Troggs

THE Troggs first entered the Australian charts in 1966 with Wild Thing going all the way to No.1 and knocking Frank Sinatra off the top spot.

The follow-up single With A Girl Like You was also a top 10 smash, going to No.8.

The Aussie chart success continued with the band's third single I Can't Control Myself (later covered by our own James Baker) reaching No.13 and solidifying their place as one of the most successful British groups of the '60s.

The band hit the charts again with Love is all Around, which was covered by Wet Wet Wet in 1994 and spent six weeks at No.1 in Australia.

Reg Presley famously spent some of his songwriting royalties on crop circle research.

Fans around the world are treated to the sheer energy and determination the band still possesses in order to win over any crowd.

The band's songbook of hits is simply meant to be enjoyed in this environment.

The Troggs legendary status will be confirmed when the room begins to shake and bodies start moving to all the hits generations know and love from the past 50 years.

The Troggs play Caloundra RSL on Saturday, November 5. Tickets available from: http://found.ee/TheTroggs


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