'Harmony Hits' Fringe show takes on the Fleurieu

FAMILY SHOW: The Sherrahs are returning to the Fleurieu with their new Classic Harmony Hits Show at the Victor Harbor Town Hall on Saturday, February 29.

FAMILY SHOW: The Sherrahs are returning to the Fleurieu with their new Classic Harmony Hits Show at the Victor Harbor Town Hall on Saturday, February 29.

The Sherrahs are returning to the Fleurieu with their new Classic Harmony Hits Show at the Victor Harbor Town Hall on Saturday, February 29.

The Sherrahs is a family band based in Adelaide and are well-known across the country for their harmony singing.

The band is made up of two couples: Steven and Michelle Sherrah and Anthony and Tracy Stewart, albeit for the show in Victor Harbor the band will be expanded to a five-piece with Paul Orchard on drums.

The Classic Harmony Hits traverses catalogues of a range of artists, including The Eagles, Crosby Stills and Nash, Simon and Garfunkel, The Seekers, Oakridge Boys, Sons of the Pioneers and NZ-Aussie songs, and many more.

One of the highlights of this show for the Sherrahs is the variety of harmony songs and styles.

"It's amazing how many of these tunes we grew up with either first-hand or through our families' record collections," band member Steve Sherrah said.

"These are tunes people will know and can sing along to."

Their vocal approach to harmony is one of the strongest pillars in the band's sound, and although all four met in Tamworth, their style is heavily influenced from their surroundings in country Victoria and New Zealand.

The family-friendly two-hour show starts at 2pm. Tickets are $27 for adults, $25 for concession, and $70 for family, and are available at https://adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/classic-harmony-hits-af2020 or at the door.