SOMETIMES.. all you need is the air that you breathe and to hear some classic hits belted out by one of the most iconic bands of a generation.

Well that’s just what will be happening at the Cliffs Pavilion in Southend this when the Hollies take to the stage with their ‘A Highway of Hits’ tour. 

This band created a number of smash hits, and are still going strong. Their top tracks include American number 1: Long Cool Woman (In A Black Dress), The Air That I Breathe, Bus Stop, I’m Alive, Carrie Anne, the soul-stirring British Number 1: He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother’… and many more.

With lead singer Peter Howarth commanding centre stage, the Hollies have been entertaining capacity audiences around the globe every single year for well over fifty years - as always driven by Bobby Elliott’s powerhouse drumming and led by Tony Hick’s masterful guitar playing and vocals.

The Hollies are one of the few British groups of the early 1960s, along with the Rolling Stones, that have never disbanded and continue to record and perform.

In recognition of their achievements, they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2010 The show will be on at the Cliffs on Saturday April 21.

Tickets are priced at £31.50, £30.50 and £25.50. Call the theatre on 01702 351135 to book.