▶ Sherbet ~ "If I Had My Way" ~ Sherbet (aka Highway or The Sherbs) are one of the most prominent and successful Australian rock bands of the 1970s. The 'classic line-up' of Daryl Braithwaite on vocals, Tony Mitchell on bass guitar, Garth Porter on keyboards, Alan Sandow on drums, and Clive Shakespeare on guitar provided their teen-orientated pop style.

(with lyric) Oh yesterday when I had you beside me all the way your hands reached out to guide me and still I don't know why I said goodbye when you begge.

▶ Sherbet - Live At The Capitol Theatre January 1974 on ABC TV Australia - Sherbet are one of the most prominent and successful Australian rock bands of the '70s. Line-up: Daryl Braithwaite (v), Tony Mitchell (bg), Garth Porter (k), Alan Sandow (d), Clive Shakespeare (g). Sherbet's biggest singles were "Summer Love" and "Howzat" (1976), both reaching number one in Australia.

Sherbet in concert December 1973 at the Capitol Theatre Sydney. Wishing Well, Jungle Jiver, The People, Rudolf The Red Nose.

▶ Sherbet - "Child's Play" (1976) - Sherbet (aka Highway or The Sherbs) are one of the most prominent and successful Australian rock bands of the 1970s. The 'classic line-up' of Daryl Braithwaite on vocals, Tony Mitchell on bass guitar, Garth Porter on keyboards, Alan Sandow on drums, and Clive Shakespeare on guitar provided their teen-orientated pop style.

▶ Sherbet - "Child's Play" (1976) - Sherbet (aka Highway or The Sherbs) are one of the most prominent and successful Australian rock bands of the 1970s. The 'classic line-up' of Daryl Braithwaite on vocals, Tony Mitchell on bass guitar, Garth Porter on keyboards, Alan Sandow on drums, and Clive Shakespeare on guitar provided their teen-orientated pop style.

▶ Sherbet - "Child's Play" (1976) - Sherbet (aka Highway or The Sherbs) are one of the most prominent and successful Australian rock bands of the 1970s. The 'classic line-up' of Daryl Braithwaite on vocals, Tony Mitchell on bass guitar, Garth Porter on keyboards, Alan Sandow on drums, and Clive Shakespeare on guitar provided their teen-orientated pop style.

▶ Sherbet - "Child's Play" (1976) - Sherbet (aka Highway or The Sherbs) are one of the most prominent and successful Australian rock bands of the 1970s. The 'classic line-up' of Daryl Braithwaite on vocals, Tony Mitchell on bass guitar, Garth Porter on keyboards, Alan Sandow on drums, and Clive Shakespeare on guitar provided their teen-orientated pop style.

▶ Sherbet - 'Rock Me Gently' 1976 - Sherbet (aka Highway or The Sherbs) are one of the most prominent and successful Australian rock bands of the 1970s. The 'classic line-up' of Daryl Braithwaite on vocals, Tony Mitchell on bass guitar, Garth Porter on keyboards, Alan Sandow on drums, and Clive Shakespeare on guitar provided their teen-orientated pop style.

▶ Sherbet - 'Rock Me Gently' 1976 - Sherbet (aka Highway or The Sherbs) are one of the most prominent and successful Australian rock bands of the 1970s. The 'classic line-up' of Daryl Braithwaite on vocals, Tony Mitchell on bass guitar, Garth Porter on keyboards, Alan Sandow on drums, and Clive Shakespeare on guitar provided their teen-orientated pop style.

▶ Sherbet - "You're All Woman" (1972) [Sherbet (aka Highway or The Sherbs) are one of the most prominent and successful Australian rock bands of the 1970s. The 'classic line-up' of Daryl Braithwaite on vocals, Tony Mitchell on bass guitar, Garth Porter on keyboards, Alan Sandow on drums, and Clive Shakespeare on guitar.] `j

▶ Sherbet - "You're All Woman" (1972) [Sherbet (aka Highway or The Sherbs) are one of the most prominent and successful Australian rock bands of the 1970s. The 'classic line-up' of Daryl Braithwaite on vocals, Tony Mitchell on bass guitar, Garth Porter on keyboards, Alan Sandow on drums, and Clive Shakespeare on guitar.] `j

Beautiful  People Daryl  Braithwaite

Beautiful People Daryl Braithwaite

rubba dub dub, oh ugh I use to love them so, esp Garth....

OMG Australian rock band Sherbet and their very risque (for the time) spread in Cleo magazine in the

▶ Daryl Braithwaite Performs 'Not Too Late' - YouTube

Daryl Braithwaite Performs 'Not Too Late'

Sherbet- Chicago - Graham Nash song

This is an old clip of Aussie band Sherbet doing a cover of a Graham Nash song-Chicago

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