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Manchester’s Nick Bold made his first mark on the music business in the 1980s as a founding member, lead guitarist, and principal songwriter for the British rock band, Virginia Wolf. Signed to Atlantic Records at the urging of Genesis/Phil Collins Manager, Tony Smith. The band’s membership included drummer Jason Bonham, son of Led Zeppelin’s John “Bonzo” Bonham.

Following the release of their Roger Taylor (Queen) produced self-titled debut album, Virginia Wolf was tabbed to be the opening act for The Firm (Jimmy Page/Paul Rogers) on their 1986 US Tour.

In 1988, after touring for over a year to support their Kevin Elson (Journey) produced the second album, “Push,” the band decided to split amicably so that the members could pursue their own separate interests.

For Bold, that meant songwriting and producing other artists. To date, he has written hundreds of songs including the hit ballad Man In The Moon which has been covered by numerous artists of all genres. In addition, his band Nick Bold & The Raging Sea perform constantly in the UK and have released two albums of all original, blues-influenced, melodic rock and roll.

Taking a cue from his childhood, when he was constantly being told he looked like George Harrison, Bold appeared on the British TV hit Stars in Their Eyes as George. His impeccable impression immediately earned him critical acclaim and led to his performing all over the world in multiple Beatles tributes before becoming a founding member of the US-based touring production, The Reunion Beatles.

With George! he is taking his passion for the quiet Beatle to a new level. The two-hour-plus performance is a tour de force that brings audiences to their feet with joy as Bold embodies the essence of Harrison with his virtuoso guitar playing and spot-on vocals. It’s all there, George’s biggest Beatles hits and all of his wonderful post-breakup solo material, including music from his 1980s supergroup, The Traveling Wilburys.

Nick Bold’s “George!” is a spirited performance that is as close to what it was like to be at an actual George Harrison concert as you could ever imagine.
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Mike Collinge - Bass/Vocals

Some folks seem to be born to reach their destiny. Mike Collinge was born to play bass guitar. The veteran UK muso first made his mark on the Northern England scene as an original member of the Manchester based prog rock band, Mudanzas. He has been around the world as a touring member of The Drifters, Mad Jack's Travelling Circus, Turner, The Dooleys, Rocket 88 and many many more. Mike's skills have no genre restrictions. He can always be found laying down the groove, whether its blues, country, funk & soul or classic rock n roll.
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Tommy's musical quest began in the 70’s in Omaha Nebraska. After hundreds of Midwest gigs, he moved out west to Los Angeles. There has been no looking back since then. Cosentino has shared his talent around the globe as Musical Director and featured performer for a variety of productions including The Original Idols, Have A Nice Day, Taylor Dayne and The Reunion Beatles.. Adept at acoustic and electric piano, clavinet, many varieties of synthesizers and the iconic Hammond B3 organ. That multi-instrumental prowess is coupled with strong vocal abilities. His nickname is "the glue" for obvious reasons.
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Carl first came into contact with drums at the age of seven. The Rippendon native has been behind the kit with many popular bands and artists from the region including Guido, Jake & The Blue Snakes, Crying Shame, The Bobby Charltons and Sunflowers. He is known as an "all-in timekeeper" with a reputaion in musician circles for being one of the steadiest players to ever put a pair of sticks in his hands. Carl says his all time favorite drummer is "Animal" from The Muppets. Note: they have never been seen in the same place, at the same time.