Tribute and Variety
Shows are super successful. The buyer gets more bang for the buck, spending the same amount on
4 to 6 names.
The audience gets to hear a variety of artists. Win Win!
(formerly of the Hollies)
Terry Sylvester started his musical career at the famous Cavern Club
Liverpool in the early 1960's. His first group "The Escorts"
appeared at the Cavern with "The Beatles" on many occasions.
When The Beatles played at the Cavern for the last time on the 3rd
August 1963, "The Escorts" were hand picked by Cavern DJ Bob
Wooler and The Beatles' manager Brian Epstein, to share the stage with the
In 1965 Terry joined established Liverpool group The Swinging
Blue Jeans, known for their smash hit, Hippy Hippy Shake.
Terry got his big break in December 1968, when he was asked to replace
vocalist Graham Nash in "The Hollies". His first single with
them, Sorry Suzanne, reached number 3 in the UK singles charts. His first
album Hollies Sing Dylan went all the way to number 1 in the album charts.
In 1969, The Hollies recorded He
Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother with the then unknown session
player Elton John playing piano. The song became their biggest hit, and to
this day remains an anthem for those who choose to help others less
fortunate than themselves.
More hits followed including the 1972 US number 1, Long
Cool Woman In A Black Dress, and the 1974 worldwide smash
hit single, The Air That I Breathe.
In 1975, Terry was asked by Alan Parsons to sing the critically
acclaimed final song, To One In Paradise,
on "The Alan Parsons Project" debut album Tales of Mystery And Imagination.
Terry has been awarded 4 Platinum, 9 Gold, and 6 Silver Discs so far in
His "Live And Acoustic" stage act is a fun filled evening
including many of the hits he performed on, plus up close and personal
chat with the audience, telling stories from his early days at the Cavern
Club to the present day.