I managed to catch up with musical legend Steve Harley at the 2015 Brentwood Festival
The band that originated in the early 1970’s covered a range of styles from pop to progressive rock.
The band have also had 5 albums and 12 singles in the UK charts, and will be touring again with the “Best Years of Our Lives” Anniversary tour this November.
The tour name comes from the album “Best Years of Our Life”that was released back in 1974 and was produced by Alan Parsons who worked with the Beatles,the lead single “Make Me Smile (Come Up And See Me) went on to be a UK No1 in 1975 and sold well over a million copies.
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