Allan Clarke – Hollies

Jason Barnard has completed three Hollies/Allan Clarke related podcasts and undertaken a career spanning interview with former Hollies lead singer Allan Clarke. To ensure they are easily accessible we have created a Hollies microsite to collect these projects together.

March 2014, Allan Clarke Podcast Part 1

In the first of two landmark podcasts, Allan Clarke former lead singer of The Hollies, talks about his incredible career to The Strange Brew’s Jason Barnard. The first show takes us through the Clarke, Hicks and Nash Years as well playing two choice cuts from his excellent solo collection Sideshow.

http://thestrangebrew.co.uk/http:/thestrangebrew.co.uk/allan-clarke-part-1  The Hollies from http://www.terrascope.co.uk/MyBackPages/Hollies.htm April 2014, Allan Clarke Podcast Part 2

In the final instalment of two landmark podcasts, Allan Clarke former lead singer of The Hollies, talks about his incredible career to The Strange Brew’s Jason Barnard. The second show takes us from 1969 to the present day with extensive coverage of Allan’s solo career as well as more Hollies hits and gems.

http://thestrangebrew.co.uk/http:/thestrangebrew.co.uk/allan-clarke-part-2 Allan Clarke 1974 June 2014, Allan Clarke – Would You Believe – Interview

Jason Barnard is afforded the rare honour of an extensive career spanning interview with the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer.

http://thestrangebrew.co.uk/allan-clarke-hollies-microsite/would-you-believe 

Allan Clarke Sideshow

March 2013, The Hollies Podcast

The Strange Brew pays tribute to the timeless harmonies and songwriting talents of The Hollies through a choice selection of tracks written, covered and/or played by them.

http://thestrangebrew.co.uk/http:/thestrangebrew.co.uk/the-hollies The Hollies

June 2015, Brian Southall interview, author of ‘The Road Is Long: The Hollies Story’

Jason Barnard speaks to Brian Southall, author of ‘The Road Is Long: The Hollies Story’. With exclusive guest interviews and contributions from band members including Graham Nash, this new biography re-evaluates The Hollies place in the history of popular music:

http://thestrangebrew.co.uk/allan-clarke-hollies-microsite/the-road-is-long-the-hollies-story