Peter Howarth (born 3 May 1960 in Blackpool, Lancashire, England) is an English musician, who is the lead singer of the English band The Hollies, which he joined in October 2004. He also has a career as solo artist and used to be a backing singer.
The early references in the 13th century Charters to Peter Howarth as “Peter the clerk of Haword” may lend credence to this theory. Howarth of Great Howarth Coat of Arms. Arms: Azure, a bend between two stags’ heads, couped, Crest on an Earl’s helmet, a wreath Or and Azure, a Stag’s head couped and horned Or.
Biography Early life. Howitt was born on May 5, 1957, the son of Frank Howitt, a renowned Fleet Street journalist, who in 1963 broke the infamous Profumo Scandal by getting the exclusive story from call girl Christine Keeler on their illicit affair.
Peter Howard is an English rock drummer. He was a member of the Clash from 1983 until 1986.
The Hollies were inducted into the 'Vocal Group Hall of Fame' in the US in 2006. Also in 2006, the Hollies' first new studio album since 1983, Staying Power, was released by EMI featuring Peter Howarth on lead vocals. The group released a studio album Then, Now, Always in late March 2009, again featuring Peter Howarth on lead vocals. The album ...
Peter Howarth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Peter Howarth (born 3 May, 1960 in England) is the current lead singer of the British band The Hollies, joining in October 2004. He replaced Carl Wayne, who died earlier in the year. The band's original singer of over 35 years was Allan Clarke, who retired in 1999.
Mar 02, 2020 · Elliott and guitarist/singer Tony Hicks are the two longest-serving members of the Hollies’ current lineup, which also features Ray Stiles, Ian Parker, Peter Howarth and Steve Lauri. The Hollies ...
Drums and percussion. PETER HOWARTH. Born: 3rd May 1960. Joined The Hollies: October 2004. Vocals, Acoustic Guitar.
Peter Howarth (686 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article provides lead vocals on The Hollies' two most-recent studio albums, Staying Power (2006), and Then, Now, Always (2009/2010) and the live album We Got
Peter Howarth. Richard Fenn (born 23 May 1953) is an English rock guitarist. He is best known for being a member of the band 10cc since 1976. He has also collaborated with Mike Oldfield, Rick Wakeman, Hollies singer Peter Howarth and Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason .