Tony Hicks

Tony Hicks (born Anthony Christopher Hicks, 16 December 1945, Nelson, Lancashire, England) is a guitarist and singer who has been a member of the British pop group The Hollies since 1963.

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Graham Nash - Music Career
... In 1965 Nash with Allan Clarke guitarist Tony Hicks formed 'Gralto Music Ltd' a publishing company who handled their own songs and later signed the young Reg Dwight (aka 'Elton John' - who played ... both a featured lead vocal verse singer (along with Allan Clarke Tony Hicks) and took all three chorus harmony vocal parts on "Carrie Anne" (1967) ... Whole World Over"), then from 1964 to mid-1966 Clarke-Hicks-Nash wrote as 'L.Ransford', before their own names were credited on songs from "Stop Stop Stop" (Octo ...
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... Hicks has been married to Jane Dalton since 1974 ... His son Paul Hicks has worked as an award winning sound engineer at Abbey Road Studios and having earlier assisted with preparing mixes of several vintage Hollies recordings was then ...
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... All tracks composed by Graham Nash, Allan Clarke and Tony Hicks ... Side 1 "Dear Eloise" (Allan Clarke, Tony Hicks, Graham Nash) - 304 Lead vocals Allan Clarke and Graham Nash "Away Away Away" (Nash) - 219 Lead vocals Graham Nash "Maker" (Nash) - 252 Lead vocals Graham Nash "Pegasus" (Hi ...

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