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Buddy Holly Tribute
Graham Holly not only looks similar to Buddy Holly but he is the closest that you are ever likely to hear when it comes to a Buddy Holly sound alike! That’s a bold statement to make, but you don’t have to take our word for it. Just compare his pictures and vocals with those of other tribute artistes and see for yourself!
Graham Holly started imitating Buddy Holly at the age of ten. Inspired by his guitar playing he took up the guitar and began playing in various rock and roll bands. He has played live on GMR and various BBC radio programs. On Jerry Lee Lewis’s come back tour he got to play at his reception party. He is often asked to stand in on shows like Rockin On Heavens Door and In Dreams.
Graham is an excellent lead guitar player and does not need to mime like so many other tribute performers do. Apart from Buddy his playing is also influenced by Chuck Berry, Scotty Moore, Cliff Gallop and Brian Setzer.
Graham’s show The Graham Holly Experience is not to be missed!
In years gone by, the building was a former police station and prison. You can still make out what were previously the cells in the beer cellar.
The Hare and Hounds is very much an entertainment venue with live bands and karaoke. A good selection of Robinsons beers are available together with a choice of lagers. Pool and other pub games are available.
Food is served in the form of Full English breakfasts on a Sunday.
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