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  1. The Hollies - Wikipedia

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    The Hollies were awarded an Ivor Novello Award in 1995 for Outstanding Contribution to British Music. Allan Clarke retired in February 2000. He was replaced by Carl Wayne, former lead singer of the Move. A New Zealand Hollies Greatest Hits compilation made No.1 in that country in 2001, dislodging the Beatles' 1 collection

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    ANNOUNCEMENT: The Hollies Cancel All Remaining 2020 Tour Dates. May 29, 2020. Read More → ...

  3. the Hollies | Members, Songs, Albums, & Facts | Britannica

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    The Hollies, five-piece rock group from Manchester, England, that enjoyed many hits in the 1960s and ’70s. Its principal members were Allan Clarke, Tony Hicks, Eric Haydock, Bernie Calvert, Terry Sylvester, and Graham Nash, who left in 1968 to form Crosby, Stills, & Nash.

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    Watch The Hollies exclusive "Unlocked" performance of 'The Air That I Breathe' now! Spencer Ramsey May 28, 2020 Bobby Elliott On His New Book: It Ain't Heavy, It's My Story: My Life in The Hollies

  5. Tour — The Hollies

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    Count Basie Center for the Arts. Red Bank, NJ, United States

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  7. The Hollies - Carrie Anne - YouTube

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    "In Concert" 1969.

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  8. List of The Hollies members - Wikipedia

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    The Hollies are an English pop/rock band from Manchester.Formed in December 1962, the group originally included vocalist Allan Clarke, lead guitarist Vic Steele, rhythm guitarist and vocalist Graham Nash, bassist Eric Haydock and drummer Don Rathbone.

    Name
    Years active
    Instruments
    Release contributions
    1962–1971 1973–1978 1978–2000
    lead vocals harmonica rhythm guitar
    all Hollies releases from "(Ain't That) Just Like Me" (1963) to Distant Light (1971), and from "The Day That Curly Billy Shot Down Crazy Sam McGee" (1973) to "Peggy Sue Got Married" (1996)
    1962–1968 1981–1983
    rhythm guitar backing and additional lead vocals
    all Hollies releases from "(Ain't That) Just Like Me" (1963) to "Listen to Me" (1968) "Wings" (1969) What Goes Around... (1983) "Peggy Sue Got Married" (1996)
    1962–1966 (died 2019)
    bass
    all Hollies releases from "(Ain't That) Just Like Me" (1963) to Would You Believe? (1966) For Certain Because (1966) – "Don't Even Think About Changing" only
    Don Rathbone
    1962–1963
    drums
    "(Ain't That) Just Like Me" (1963) "Searchin'" (1963) "Stay" (1963) – B-side "Now's the Time" only Stay with The Hollies (1964) – "Little Lover" only Just One Look (1964) – "Talkin' 'Bout You" only
  9. The Air That I Breath If I could make a wish I think Id pass Cant think of anything I need No cigarettes, no sleep, no light, no sound Nothing to eat, no boo...

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