The Bachelors with 18 Hit records in the UK charts throughout the 1960s & selling millions of records around the world, became one of the Top Acts, both in recording and stage entertainment.
In 1964, they put more records into the UK Top Ten than The Beatles. They were probably the biggest record sellers, showing for an amazing 77 weeks in the UK Charts.
The Bachelors success continued through the 70s and mid 80s, before a split over artistic differences with John Stokes saw a parting of the ways in 1984.
However, this proved to be a good decision, as Con & Dec Cluskey, the progressive ones, continue to flourish...
More recently, they're joined by Dec's very attractive daughter Victoria, who has her own vocal talent and personality to add to Con & Dec's, in abundance. Add to this their live drums and keyboards plus guitar talents of Con & Dec and you've got a great band ' Con & Dec's The Bachelors'!