British invasion heroes The Hollies are hitting US shores during what will be their first North American tour in 18 years. Formed in 1962, the Mancunian outfit rose to the forefront of exported rock and roll thanks to the distinctive close harmonies and jangling guitars of smash hits like I'm Alive, I Can't Let Go and Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress. They now bring the best of their catalog to US fans on the hotly anticipated The Road Is Long coast to coast jaunt.
The tour also coincides with the release of Hollies drummer Bobby Elliot's long-awaited autobiography He Ain't Heavey, It's My Story, which not only chronicles Bobby's time as one of the most influential drummers in British music history but the story of The Hollies itself. From the hook-laden classic pop-rock of their early years to their sonic experimentations into psychedelia and folk-rock, the Hollies smorgasbord of aural delights are sure to have you singing along, shaking and shimmying into the night.
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