Hollies

Top Albums by Hollies (See all 157 albums)


See all 157 albums by Hollies

All downloads by The Hollies
Sort by:
Bestselling
1-10 of 1633
Song Title Album  
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30

Image of Hollies
Community contributed image

At a Glance

Formed: 1962 (52 years ago)


Biography

From 1963 through to the mid-70’s, the Hollies had more hits than the Beatles. In that period alone, they had 17 Top ten hits, while “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother” gave them a second No 1 hit when re-released in 1988. “I’m Alive” had been their first chart topper back in 1965. At the heart of the band since 1963 are two original members, drummer Bobby Elliott and guitarist and singer Tony Hicks, still at the core of the Hollies who undertake a 26-date UK tour of the new album in October and November 2010. A greatest hits tour already took place in March 2010, where they played a few of the ... Read more

From 1963 through to the mid-70’s, the Hollies had more hits than the Beatles. In that period alone, they had 17 Top ten hits, while “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother” gave them a second No 1 hit when re-released in 1988. “I’m Alive” had been their first chart topper back in 1965. At the heart of the band since 1963 are two original members, drummer Bobby Elliott and guitarist and singer Tony Hicks, still at the core of the Hollies who undertake a 26-date UK tour of the new album in October and November 2010. A greatest hits tour already took place in March 2010, where they played a few of the new tracks to an enraptured audience.

The Hollies have endured many line up changes and successfully survived each one with continued success throughout the UK and parts of Europe.

The current six piece line up comprises Hicks and Elliott plus Ray Stiles, bassist and singer, formerly with Mud, now a Hollies member for 25 years, keyboardist Ian Parker, a 20 year veteran with the group, plus relative newcomers guitarist Steve Lauri and lead vocalist Peter Howarth. This line up has been together since Autumn 2004.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

From 1963 through to the mid-70’s, the Hollies had more hits than the Beatles. In that period alone, they had 17 Top ten hits, while “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother” gave them a second No 1 hit when re-released in 1988. “I’m Alive” had been their first chart topper back in 1965. At the heart of the band since 1963 are two original members, drummer Bobby Elliott and guitarist and singer Tony Hicks, still at the core of the Hollies who undertake a 26-date UK tour of the new album in October and November 2010. A greatest hits tour already took place in March 2010, where they played a few of the new tracks to an enraptured audience.

The Hollies have endured many line up changes and successfully survived each one with continued success throughout the UK and parts of Europe.

The current six piece line up comprises Hicks and Elliott plus Ray Stiles, bassist and singer, formerly with Mud, now a Hollies member for 25 years, keyboardist Ian Parker, a 20 year veteran with the group, plus relative newcomers guitarist Steve Lauri and lead vocalist Peter Howarth. This line up has been together since Autumn 2004.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

From 1963 through to the mid-70’s, the Hollies had more hits than the Beatles. In that period alone, they had 17 Top ten hits, while “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother” gave them a second No 1 hit when re-released in 1988. “I’m Alive” had been their first chart topper back in 1965. At the heart of the band since 1963 are two original members, drummer Bobby Elliott and guitarist and singer Tony Hicks, still at the core of the Hollies who undertake a 26-date UK tour of the new album in October and November 2010. A greatest hits tour already took place in March 2010, where they played a few of the new tracks to an enraptured audience.

The Hollies have endured many line up changes and successfully survived each one with continued success throughout the UK and parts of Europe.

The current six piece line up comprises Hicks and Elliott plus Ray Stiles, bassist and singer, formerly with Mud, now a Hollies member for 25 years, keyboardist Ian Parker, a 20 year veteran with the group, plus relative newcomers guitarist Steve Lauri and lead vocalist Peter Howarth. This line up has been together since Autumn 2004.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Improve This Page

If you’re the artist, management or record label, you can update your biography, photos, videos and more at Artist Central.

Get started at Artist Central

Feedback

Check out our Artist Stores FAQ
Send us feedback about this page