I'm Into Something Good
In the spring of 1963, a young Harvey Lisberg heard 'From Me to You' by The Beatles and like millions of others his life was changed. Inspired by Brian Epstein, Harvey began to search around Manchester for an unknown band to record and manage.
In June 1963, aged twenty-three, Harvey followed a tip-off about a new band called Herman and the Hermits playing across town, at a youth club in Urmston. Within a year he had taken them to number one - Harvey had found his vocation.
Peter Noone and Harvey Lisberg on a beach in the U.S.
Named after that first number one single by the Hermits, Harvey Lisberg's fascinating new memoir I'm Into Something Good is published on Omnibus Press this year (March in the UK - May in North America).
The artists that benefitted from Harvey's guidance include Tim Rice, Andrew Lloyd Webber and 10cc, Tony Christie, Barclay James Harvest, Sad Café and The Chameleons.
Harvey's career also took in managing the snooker legends Alex 'Hurricane' Higgins and Jimmy 'Whirlwind' White.
I'm Into Something Good is a hilarious, moving and page-turning account of an extraordinary life.