You’ll never work again! Scouse music icon Gerry Marsden hangs up his microphone after 60-year career

Sixties pop icon Gerry Marsden, famous for his football anthem ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’, is hanging up his guitar after almost 60 years of touring.

The 76-year-old lead singer of Gerry and the Pacemakers has announced his retirement on his official website, telling fans he wants to spend more time with his family.

Singer and guitarist Marsden thanked fans for their ‘unconditional support’ since he burst onto the scene in 1959, adding he would ‘miss them all’.

Marsden, a close friend of John Lennon, and his Pacemakers group were the second band signed by Beatles manager Brian Epstein, working the same Liverpool and Hamburg, Germany, music circuit as the Fab Four.

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