EARLY rock '' roller, Billy Fury had no cause to be angry because he had a pretty decent career, all told.

And now The Billy Fury Years will be remembered with a tribute show at The Courtyard in Hereford.

A spokesman said: "One of the best-selling recording artists of the 1960s, Billy Fury enjoyed a string of hit singles totalling a remarkable 332 weeks in the British charts. Health problems since childhood led to the singer’s untimely death on January 28, 1983.

"Hailed as “the best Fury since Fury”, Michael King and his fantastic collection of musicians take you on a journey through the musical career of Britain’s best loved rock n roll legend."

The spokesman added: "An exciting two hour show filled with Billy Fury’s greatest hits and more delivered live in true Fury style. This is a night of pure breathtaking Billy Fury entertainment plus the best Fury sound you will hear!

"The whole show is further enhanced by fantastic audio and video effects plus various costume changes depicting the ever changing image and face of the Fury phenomenon."

A a critic for The Stage put it: "The songs span Fury’s entire career from his initial record release Maybe Tomorrow through to his final one, Forget Him – which, thanks to this thoughtful and welcome tribute show, his legion of fans never will”

The date for the diary is Friday, August 23.

Tickets and further details: https://www.courtyard.org.uk/events/the-billy-fury-years/