The current live band, which has been together for more than 10 years, features co-founder Graham Gouldman on vocals, bass and guitar; Rick Fenn on guitar and vocals, Paul Burgess with drums and percussion, Mick Wilson on vocals, guitar and percussion, and Keith Hayman with keyboards, guitar and vocals. “It is hard to believe that 2012 was 40 years since we were in the studio recording Donna – but I am delighted that the music of 10cc is alive and well.” Graham puts the 10cc’s longevity down to the quality and individuality of the band’s songs.
In remembrance of their own hugely successful record an iconic 70s band will perform two sets in one night at the Alban Arena, separated by a symbolic turning of the vinyl.
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The fact that the songs are being played as often on the radio today as they ever were shows how true that is,” he says. Not the image or who the singer was or who played which instrument. It’s great, we love touring and playing together and we get on really well.” During the band’s continued success Graham has been receiving particular recognition in the US for his songwriting, including hits he wrote for artistes such as The Hollies and Bus Stop, The Yardbirds and For Your Love, and Herman’s Hermits with No Milk Today.
He has even been inducted into the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame – an arm of America’s National Academy of Music, and awarded Icon status by Broadcast Music Incorporated.