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Ron Richards

While by no means earning the international renown afforded to co-workers like George Martin and Shel Talmy, Ron Richards towers one of the leading producers from the British Invasion period — though finest remembered for a protracted collaboration using the Hollies that yielded pop smashes including “He Ain’t Large (He’s …

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The Hollies

Once the Hollies — one of the better & most commercially successful pop/rock and roll acts from the British Invasion — began saving in 1963, they relied greatly upon the R&B/early rock and roll & roll addresses that provided the staple diet for countless British bands of that time period. …

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Steve Kipner

Singer/songwriter/manufacturer Steve Kipner’s profession spans over three years, from Olivia Newton-John’s mega-selling 1981 strike “Physical” towards the 1999 strikes “The Hardest Matter” by 98 Levels and Christina Aguilera’s “Genie within a Container.” Another Kipner melody, “In any case,” is roofed over the 1999 RCA single debut for vocalist Kevan Edmonds, …

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Tony Hicks

There isn’t any separate entry about Tony Hicks generally in most music manuals, mainly because he has just been an associate of 1 group, the Hollies, throughout almost 40 years mainly because a specialist musician, and hasn’t pursued a solo career. However his guitar is among the many distinctive and …

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Allan Clarke

Vocalist/guitarist/songwriter Allan Clarke is among the founders from the Hollies; intermittently, he also offers maintained a single profession. Clarke and his years as a child friend, Graham Nash, started singing jointly in Manchester within the ’50s. Adding Eric Haydock (bass) and Don Rathbone (drums) (changed by Bobby Elliott in 1963), …

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