Your guide to events in Nelson, New Zealand
Wednesday 27th February 2019
From their first recording at Abbey Road in 1963, they became the face of the legendary British Rock Revolution, achieving more top 10 hits than almost any band in history. They have never missed a single year of live performances in over a half a century and have retained exactly the same "sound" and musical quality as they had when they first hit the charts back in the Swinging Sixties.
Original member, Singer and lead guitarist, Tony Hicks says: "People get what they come for. The trademark Hollies harmonies, our musical diversity and lots of original songs from our extensive musical back catalogue."
Hollies drummer since 1963, Bobby Elliott ... "We still tour the world performing to sell-out audiences. Our loyal fans keep coming back for more and we're happy to oblige. A Hollies live performance usually lasts for over two hours. There's no finer feeling than taking that final bow and seeing the sea of beaming friendly faces standing before us"
The Hollies are long time lovers of New Zealand, (among other things our wine!), Hicks says "we're really looking forward to playing 4 cities we've not visited for many years - Invercargill, Dunedin, Nelson, New Plymouth, and we're also returning to Christchurch, Wellington, Hamilton and Auckland ... it's