The Hollies return to St Albans
PUBLISHED: 15:49 14 November 2016 | UPDATED: 15:49 14 November 2016
Chart-topping British 60s group The Hollies will be stopping by St Albans this week as part of their latest UK tour.
Famous for top 10 hits such as Bus Stop, Just One Look, Jennifer Eccles and number one singles I’m Alive and He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother, the vocal harmony group were major players in the magnificent 1960s British pop revolution.
The current line-up of the band – Tony Hicks, Peter Howarth, Ray Stiles, Ian Parker, Steve Lauri and Bobby Elliott – are coming to The Alban Arena to play a sold-out show on Friday, November 18, at 7.30pm.
Their hallmark vocal harmony has not wavered throughout 50 years of continuous touring, performing and recording.
Guitarist Tony Hicks is the longest-serving member of the group, having been a part of The Hollies since 1962.
Drummer and percussionist Bobby Elliott joined the band a year later.
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