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An Evening with Tony Hazzard

An Evening with Tony Hazzard

Iconic hit-song writer from pop’s golden era (his songs often feature on ‘Sounds of The Sixties’), he’s also recorded five albums of his own, sung backing vocals on three Elton John albums, won an international award for one of his songs, ‘Fox On The Run’ (which has since become a bluegrass standard) and is a mine of memories and anecdotes from his fifty years in music. If you like melody and literate lyrics, don’t miss this rare event.

 

Anthony "Tony" Hazzard (born 31 October 1943, Liverpool, England) is an English singer and songwriter. He has written songs for The Hollies ("Listen to Me"), Manfred Mann ("Ha! Ha! Said the Clown" and "Fox on the Run"), "Me, The Peaceful Heart" for Lulu, The Yardbirds ("Goodnight Sweet Josephine"), Herman's Hermits ("You Won't Be Leaving"), Peter Noone ("(I Think I'm Over) Getting Over You"), The Tremeloes ("Hello World"),[9] Gene Pitney ("Maria Elena"), Richard Barnes ("Take to the Mountains"), and Andy Williams amongst others.

Fore Street
Great Torrington
Devon
EX38 8HQ
01805 624624

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An Evening with Tony Hazzard

Fore Street
Barnstaple
Devon
EX38 8HQ
01805 624624

Iconic hit-song writer from pop’s golden era (his songs often feature on ‘Sounds of The Sixties’), he’s also recorded five albums of his own, sung backing vocals on three Elton John albums, won an international award for one of his songs, ‘Fox On The Run’ (which has since become a bluegrass standard) and is a mine of memories and anecdotes from his fifty years in music. If you like melody and literate lyrics, don’t miss this rare event.

 

Anthony "Tony" Hazzard (born 31 October 1943, Liverpool, England) is an English singer and songwriter. He has written songs for The Hollies ("Listen to Me"), Manfred Mann ("Ha! Ha! Said the Clown" and "Fox on the Run"), "Me, The Peaceful Heart" for Lulu, The Yardbirds ("Goodnight Sweet Josephine"), Herman's Hermits ("You Won't Be Leaving"), Peter Noone ("(I Think I'm Over) Getting Over You"), The Tremeloes ("Hello World"),[9] Gene Pitney ("Maria Elena"), Richard Barnes ("Take to the Mountains"), and Andy Williams amongst others.

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