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  1. Tony Hicks - Wikipedia

    3 days ago · Anthony Christopher Hicks (born 16 December 1945) is an English guitarist and singer who has been a member of the British pop group the Hollies since 1963, and as such was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2010.

    • Career

      Hicks first had a taste of fame at age 12 as a member of Les...

    • Awards and honours

      In 2010, The Hollies were inducted into the Rock and Roll...

    • Current era

      Tony Hicks is still an active member of The Hollies as they...

    • Personal life

      Hicks has been married to Jane Dawton since 1974. Hicks'...

  2. Back Door (jazz trio) - Wikipedia

    Sep 26, 2020 · Tony Hicks (born Anthony Hicks, 8 August 1948, Middlesbrough, Yorkshire – died 13 August 2006, Sydney, Australia) – drums – replaced in 1976 by Adrian Tilbrook (born 20 July 1948, Hartlepool, County Durham) – drums

    • 1971–2003
    • Blakey, Yorkshire
  3. The Hollies - Wikipedia

    3 days ago · The UK hits continued with "Gasoline Alley Bred" (written by Cook/Greenaway/Macaulay) (Oct. 1970, UK No.14, Australia No.20), while the Tony Hicks song "Too Young to Be Married" – merely an album track in the UK and the US – became a No.1 single in Australia, New Zealand and Malaysia, also reaching No.9 in Singapore. Allan Clarke's hard ...

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  5. List of The Hollies members - Wikipedia

    Oct 13, 2020 · The band has since been through numerous lineup changes, and currently includes lead guitarist and vocalist Tony Hicks, drummer Bobby Elliott (both since 1963), bassist and vocalist Ray Stiles (from 1986 to 1990, and since 1991), keyboardist Ian Parker (since 1991), lead vocalist and guitarist Peter Howarth, and guitarist and vocalist Steve Lauri (both since 2004).

  6. Graham Nash - Wikipedia

    2 days ago · In 1965, Nash, with Allan Clarke and guitarist Tony Hicks, formed Gralto Music Ltd, a publishing company which handled their own songs and later signed the young Reg Dwight (a.k.a. ' Elton John ' – who played piano and organ on Hollies 1969 and 1970 recordings).

  7. Allan Clarke (singer) - Wikipedia

    3 days ago · In April 1963, they added Tony Hicks (replacing Steele on lead guitar) and Bobby Elliott (replacing Don Rathbone on drums). In 1966, Bernie Calvert replaced Haydock as bass guitarist. Clarke was The Hollies' original lead singer, but also played occasional guitar and harmonica.

  8. 菲爾·柯林斯 - 维基百科,自由的百科全书菲尔·柯林斯

    赫里斯合唱團( 伯尼·卡爾沃特 ( 英语 : Bernie Calvert ) 、 艾倫·克拉克 ( 英语 : Allan Clarke (singer) ) 、 鮑比·艾略特 ( 英语 : Bobby Elliott ) 、 艾瑞克·哈多克 ( 英语 : Eric Haydock ) 、 托尼·希克斯 ( 英语 : Tony Hicks ) 、格雷厄姆·納許、 泰瑞 ...

  9. Tommy Steele - Wikipedia

    3 days ago · Sir Thomas Hicks, OBE(born 17 December 1936), known professionally as Tommy Steele, is an English entertainer, regarded as Britain's first teen idoland rock and rollstar. He reached number one with "Singing the Blues" in 1957, and The Tommy Steele Storywas the first album by a UK act to reach number one in his native country.

  10. Catherine Hicks - Wikipedia

    6 days ago · After passing on TV series Private Benjamin, Foul Play, and Cagney & Lacey, Hicks took the lead role as Amanda Tucker in the 12-episode detective series Tucker's Witchopposite Tim Mathesonas Rick Tucker. The program aired on CBS from October 6, 1982, sporadically into August, 1983.

  11. Tiny house movement - Wikiquote

    Sep 26, 2020 · **Tiny houses for low-income youth popping up in Oakland, thanks to Berkeley’s Youth Spirit Artworks, Tony Hicks, Berkeleyside, (11 September 2019) I stayed at the Orlando Lakefront, a tiny house community in Florida.