Not many musicians can claim to have toured every single year for over fifty years, like drummer Bobby Elliott and guitarist Tony Hick from The Hollies.
Although the line-up looks a little different today from the band’s heyday in the 60s, without Graham Nash and Allan Clarke, The Hollies show no signs of slowing down and continue to perform sell-out gigs to their adoring fans.
In their place are Ray Stiles on bass, who has been with them since 1988, keyboard player Ian Parker (1990), singer Peter Howarth and guitarist Steve Lauri (both 2004).
Attending any Hollies concert is a real treat for any music lover, with a string of well-known hit records performed with the same harmonies that quite rightly saw them an inducted into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame in 2010.
Expect a real ‘hit-fest’ that illustrates their longevity in the business including gems “The Air That I Breathe”, “Just One Look” “Bus Stop”, “Carrie-Anne”, ”We're Through” and “The Woman I Love” and the timeless anthem “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother”.
Back in the 60s, The Hollies were mentioned in the same breath as The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. A ticket to this concert with National Holidays will show you why! Simply use the available search options and find a break to suit you.