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Hounslowgirl Post subject: Carousel newsletter



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I've just joined this site, been a Hollies fan since 1967. Used to belong to the original fan club (kept all the newsletters, of course!) and would like some kind soul to tell me how to subscribe to Carousel newsletter, please. Thanks!
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Carrie Anne Post subject: Re: Carousel newsletter
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Hounslowgirl wrote:
I've just joined this site, been a Hollies fan since 1967. Used to belong to the original fan club (kept all the newsletters, of course!) and would like some kind soul to tell me how to subscribe to Carousel newsletter, please. Thanks!


Hi Hounslowgirl,

Click on the link below and it will take you to the contacts page. Tab down and you will find the address of The Carousel Newsletter and their Email.

http://www.hollies.co.uk/contact.html
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Dawn D Post subject:
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Does anyone know if Chris and Sheila are sending out an issue of Carousel magazine soon?
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I received my Hollies' Christmas card yesterday, Thank you! Very Happy. Also a short note from Chris and Sheila about the Carousel Newsletter.
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Let's roll up our sleeves and write our own Hollies memory contribution to the anniversary issue.
Thanks for the nice card!
Happy Christmas to the Carousel team!

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I've been told by a number of 'Carousel' subscribers that the editors apparently did not have enough material for more than one fanzine issue in 2011

- which in the year of 'Clarke, Hicks, Nash Years' six CD set, (which got good reviews in several Music magazines, notably 'Record Collector' etc)

plus the 'Reelin' in The Years' DVD (promoted by Allan Clarke & Graham Nash in person in the USA) , their First very well received Hollies concert shows in Ireland (North & Republic) with press reviews , a full UK Tour & overseas shows...and Allan Clarke joinging Crosby & Nash onstage for 'Bus Stop' at the Royal Albert Hall....also a 'Hollies in Performance' DVD (comprising Croatia 1968 & Golders Green 1969 concert footage) ...The Hollies 3 October 1965 performance of 'Look Through Any Window' being included on the 'Sunday Night at The London Palladium' Volume Two DVD release, the mega rare Lost 1966 'Top of The Pops' performance of 'Bus Stop' (Allan Clarke featured on acoustic guitar) being re-discovered & posted on youtube...

.... and a forthcoming 'Very Best of The Hollies' 2CD compilation due out on 9 January 2012 ...

...seems somewhat surprising (??) Shocked Shocked
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I have just sent over several scans of Clarke Hicks Nash box set reviews, LTAW DVD reviews etc. Don't forget to send in your HOLLIES memory tribute for the 50th anniversary year issues.

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Gee wrote:
I've been told by a number of 'Carousel' subscribers that the editors apparently did not have enough material for more than one fanzine issue in 2011

- which in the year of 'Clarke, Hicks, Nash Years' six CD set, (which got good reviews in several Music magazines, notably 'Record Collector' etc)

plus the 'Reelin' in The Years' DVD (promoted by Allan Clarke & Graham Nash in person in the USA) , their First very well received Hollies concert shows in Ireland (North & Republic) with press reviews , a full UK Tour & overseas shows...and Allan Clarke joinging Crosby & Nash onstage for 'Bus Stop' at the Royal Albert Hall....also a 'Hollies in Performance' DVD (comprising Croatia 1968 & Golders Green 1969 concert footage) ...The Hollies 3 October 1965 performance of 'Look Through Any Window' being included on the 'Sunday Night at The London Palladium' Volume Two DVD release, the mega rare Lost 1966 'Top of The Pops' performance of 'Bus Stop' (Allan Clarke featured on acoustic guitar) being re-discovered & posted on youtube...

.... and a forthcoming 'Very Best of The Hollies' 2CD compilation due out on 9 January 2012 ...

...seems somewhat surprising (??) Shocked Shocked


Yes Gee, I also thought it strange, and not forgetting the announcement of the 50th Anniversary tour for 2012, as we've been able to book tickets for that since June. However, as I haven't contributed anything to the magazine, I can't complain. I shall have to get my thinking cap on and send something to them.
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Dawn, if it had been a 'Quiet year' on The Hollies front I'd quite understand the lack of any issues...

BUT as I pointed out in 2011 loads of important 'Hollies things' have occurred:

The six CD set EMI released which got very favorable general reviews - released in May AFTER the one issue of 'Carousel' for 2011 came out !

Then later in the year the eagerly awaited first ever 'official' Hollies DVD career Retrospective issued in the USA & Europe that concentrated on their Live performances as far as possible featuring new interviews with Tony, Bobby, Allan, and Graham came out - promoted in the USA by Graham Nash & Allan Clarke in person - which again drew rave reviews in the Music press.

UK tour & Irish shows, plus other overseas concerts, by The current Hollies band went very well, Plus the surprise 'special guest' presence of Allan Clarke at the Crosby & Nash Royal Albert Hall concert joining them to sing a Hollies hit !

Then this rediscovery of the long lost 1966 TOTP rare BBC footage of 'Bus Stop' (& The London Palladium footage from 1965) plus that vintage sixties concerts DVD.

next a 2CD compilation in the pipeline for January 2012

all in all a pretty major 'Hollie year' nicely building things up to the 50th anniversary year !! Cool Cool

I would add that at least two 'Carousel' team members NEVER got any note from the editors in with their Hollies Xmas cards - or have heard anything from the editors in over a year , and were not even sure if the newsletter was still going...! Shocked

Hardly very promising is it....?
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Gee wrote:
I would add that at least two 'Carousel' team members NEVER got any note from the editors in with their Hollies Xmas cards - or have heard anything from the editors in over a year , and were not even sure if the newsletter was still going...! Shocked

Hardly very promising is it....?


Funny you should say that (well not that funny), I'm still waiting for a reply on joining - from a few years back! Is it worth my bother?
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Shelley Post subject: Hollies Memories.
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Knut wrote:
I have just sent over several scans of Clarke Hicks Nash box set reviews, LTAW DVD reviews etc. Don't forget to send in your HOLLIES memory tribute for the 50th anniversary year issues.


I haven't been here for quite a while, what's this about sending in your Hollies memories?
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Dawn D Post subject: Re: Carousel newsletter
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Carrie Anne wrote:
Hounslowgirl wrote:
I've just joined this site, been a Hollies fan since 1967. Used to belong to the original fan club (kept all the newsletters, of course!) and would like some kind soul to tell me how to subscribe to Carousel newsletter, please. Thanks!


Hi Hounslowgirl,

Click on the link below and it will take you to the contacts page. Tab down and you will find the address of The Carousel Newsletter and their Email.

http://www.hollies.co.uk/contact.html


Hi Shelley, the link for contact info for the Carousel Newsletter is above, if you want to try again. However, not many issues of the magazine have been sent out during the last couple of years, so whether you think it is worth joining? As this is the 50th anniversary year, they have asked for contributions from the fans with their memories of the band to be able to do a special edition of the magazine.
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