Released in 1970, Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes) became the bands breakthrough single, selling 250,000 copies in the UK and an impressive 4.5 million worldwide. It reached the top of the UK Charts in its second week of release and managed to hold that position for five weeks. The hit earned an RIAA gold disc and went on to reach number five in the Billboard Hot 100 and also number three in Canada.
The lead vocalist Tony Burrows continued his successful streak with White Plains, Brotherhood of Man, and First Class and therefore Tony Macauly consequently brought in Paul Vigrass to replace him. This new and improved line up provided a second hit with It's Up to you Petula and went on to make live appearances all over the world and developed an undeniable reputation as top class entertainment. Not only did the band win The Best 60s Band at the Butlins Festival of the 60s in 2014 but they also were named best all-round entertainers.
This is the biggest event of its kind in the country so became a huge honour for Edison Lighthouse. The band has entertained thousands at some of the most prestigious venues including regular work for Cunard on the Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth. The fact that Edison Lighthouse is still in demand as a live act is a testimony of their ability to entertain and engage any audience. With their experience entertaining all over the world, this group can deliver a polished and professional performance.