When the Beatles
appeared at the Cavern for the last time on the 3rd August 1963, Terry
& the Escorts were invited by the Beatles to be on the same
bill. Their leader was Terry Sylvester. His next band was the Swinging
Blue Jeans. The Swinging Blue Jeans had a number of hit records including
'Hippy Hippy Shake', 'Good Golly Miss Molly' & 'You're No Good'.
In December 1968, Graham Nash left the Hollies to form Crosby, Stills,
& Nash. The remaining members of the Hollies remembered Terry from
Munich, contact was made & the rest, as they say is history.They
recorded "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" (with Elton
John playing piano), "Long Cool Woman In A Black Dress" and the
1974 universal classic love song, "The Air That I Breathe. Terry
has been awarded 5 Platinum, 9 Gold, and 6 Silver Discs so far in his
career. On March 15th 2010 he was inducted into the Rock & Roll
Hall Of Fame.