What's stunning about The Seekers is that even though they broke up in 1968 after about five years of great success -- most especially in Australia and the U.K., though with three big hits in the U.S. -- is that they've continued to get together for FIFTY YEARS, usually timed for some big anniversary, though not always..
Often, when group reunite after decades, while there might be enjoyment in seeing them, it's sometimes a little uncomfortable, as it appears they're trying to recapture another time that's long gone. But for all the videos I've seen of The Seekers, I don't get that sense. And I don't think it's just my perception, in that it shows by the fact that they have these periodic tours, not just a brief gathering. I'm not quite sure why this is with The Seekers, that they've remained as popular and beloved as they have (particularly in Australia, and also in the U.K.), but I can't think of at least two reasons. One is that their acoustic music wasn't as firmly grounded in A Time, and while it isn't a popular music of today, it's not especially dated, but more of a traditional sensibility. The other reason is simpler -- lead singer Judith Durham has a unique sound to her voice that remains soaring..
This is a video from as recently as 2010 when they were preparing a brief tour and appeared on an Australian morning talk show, singing what is probably their biggest hit, "I'll Never Find Another You." (I think that "Georgy Girl" is probably their most iconic song, and the one that people most-affectionately identify them with, but I believe that this was their most-successful song.)
As you'll see, Judith Durham and "the boys" are still in very fine voice.
And, oh, by the way, I adore Judith Durham. I know there's a long line ahead of me...