Allan Clarke

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Allan Clarke (singer)
... Allan Clarke (born Harold Allan Clarke, 5 April 1942, Salford, Lancashire) is a retired British singer who was one of the founding members of The Hollies ...
Tony Hicks - Career
... breezy pop style built around the three-part harmony of Hicks (lower harmony) and band mates Allan Clarke (lead vocals) and Graham Nash (high harmony) ... Hicks then joined Clarke and Nash as the group's in-house songwriting team, who from 1964 to mid-1966 wrote as "Chester Mann" and "L ... Ransford" before adopting the Clarke-Hicks-Nash banner ...
Terry Sylvester - Life and Career
... Down The Blind', 'Cable Car' 1971), with Allan Clarke ('Why Didn't You Believe', 'Man Without A Heart', 'Perfect Lady Housewife' 1970 etc.) and as part of "Clarke-Hicks-Sylvester" ... Clarke-Hicks-Sylvester composed most or all of the songs on several albums 'Confessions of The Mind' (1970), and the Polydor (UK) sets 'Hollies' (1974), 'Another Night' (1975), 'Write On' and 'Russian ... period when Swedish vocalist Mike Rickfors temporarily replaced longtime singer Allan Clarke (who left to go solo for a time) ...

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