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Holladay Sisters

Holladay Sisters

The Holladay Sisters were instrumental in the rockin’ soul sound of the late sixties and seventies. In 1967 Mary Holladay began recording as a back up singer in Muscle Shoals Alabama. She sang at the renowned R& B recording center and recorded at Quinvy, Fame, Broadway Sound, & Muscle Shoals Sound as well as American Sound in Memphis, Tn. and Atlantic Records Studio in New York. During this time she backed up Etta James, Dionne Warwick, Ella Washington, Merrilee Rush, Persey Sledege, B.J. Thomas, Joe Simon, Joe Tex, Clarence Carter, The Box Tops, Roosevelt Greer, Bobby Womack, James Purify & Ben E. King.

They recorded in 1969 with Elvis on the American Sound Sessions in Memphis which produced such hits as Suspicious Minds, In The Ghetto and Kentucky Rain.

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COVID-19 Update

Event Updates

Following the latest announcements of a 10pm closing for bars and venues we announce clarification of our policy.

Events at Durrant Hotel and Unity resort for 2020 will go ahead as planned with a different schedule of entertainment (number of acts will not change).

Unity will feature a festival all-dayer style with bands at 2.30pm, 4.00 pm, 5.30pm, 7.00pm and 8.30pm.

Durrant Hotel will begin with evening meal at 6pm.

We are proving currently with our Elvis week at Hemsby that events CAN operate in the current climate very successfully.

If you do not wish to attend for ANY reason we have no legal obligation to transfer or refund deposits as the events WILL be going ahead.

We have spent six months transferring deposits and cancelling events and are not in a position to be as flexible as we would normally be, therefore transfers and refunds are NOT possible.

Curfew looks a mid to long-term policy we will all have to learn to adapt to and we are certain that our events will be a great success.

Hopefully most sensible people will recognise this situation is not of our making and understand our decisions designed to protect the long term viability of our business and livelihoods of the professional musicians we employ.

The above is subject to change based on any government change in its policy.