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A poster of Graham Gouldman

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BBC London's Gary Crowley invites you to spend an evening in the company of million selling songwriter, 10cc's Graham Gouldman. It gives us great pleasure to announce that the night has been upgraded to a Heart Full of Songs show.

Following a Q&A Graham Gouldman will be joined by Ian Hornal on bass and Keith Hayman on guitar (both of 10cc) and Dave Cobby on percussion to treat us to a live set featuring many of his hits.

It's the enduring popularity of tracks like I'm Not In Love, Dreadlock Holiday, Bridge to Your Heart, Bus Stop and The Things We Do For Love and his love of playing the songs acoustically, that make an evening with Graham Gouldman such a joyous and captivating experience.

With a career spanning six decades and signposted with dozens of the most loved and familiar songs ever written, there will be a lot to talk about.

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Born on 10 May 1946 in Manchester, Graham was given his first guitar at the age of 11 and started playing with local bands at 15. He received early encouragement to develop his musical talent from his mother Betty and father Hymie, who also contributed with suggested lyrics and song titles.

Graham played with various Manchester bands before forming The Mockingbirds in 1965 (with Kevin Godley on drums), and when the record label Columbia rejected Graham's first single composition for the band, it turned out to be a blessing in disguise. The song, For Your Love, became a huge hit for The Yardbirds.

Working by day in a men's outfitters shop and playing by night with his semi-professional band, Graham went on to write a string of hits, such as Pamela, Pamela for Wayne Fontana, For Your Love, Evil Hearted You and Heart Full of Soul (The Yardbirds), Bus Stop and Look Through Any Window (The Hollies), No Milk Today and Listen People (Herman's Hermits), and Tallyman for Jeff Beck.

In 1972, along with Eric Stewart, Kevin Godley and Lol Creme, he formed 10cc and enjoyed a string of Top 10 hits, including three No 1s – Rubber Bullets, I'm Not In Love and Dreadlock Holiday – along with Donna (No 2), Art For Art's Sake and Good Morning Judge (both reaching No 5), The Things We Do For Love and I'm Mandy Fly Me (6), and The Wall Street Shuffle (10).

More info at www.grahamgouldman.info

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Gary Crowley presents an evening with 10cc's Graham Gouldman

Type:Music

75 London Road, Twickenham, Richmond Upon Thames, TW1 1BE

Tel: 020 8240 2399

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