Brian & Chip 2015

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Brian Poole & Chip Hawkes are the lead singers with the Tremeloes and led the band to many multi million selling records including ‘Silence is Golden’, ‘Do You Love Me’, ’Twist & Shout’, ‘Here Comes My Baby’, ‘Candy Man’, ‘Suddenly You Love Me’, ‘Someone, Someone’, ‘My Little Lady’. With two No.1’s and 12 top five records to their name, they are guaranteed to liven things up. They first sung together in 1964-65 and now regularly sing their hits on some of the biggest tours in the UK. They also take their songs to many other countries where they also had No. 1 records in the ‘60’s.

During the 60’s Brian Poole & The Tremeloes had many hits and toured the world four times. Chip Hawkes and Brian Poole sung together during these years very successfully and afterwards Chip Hawkes took the lead vocals on all the later hits. The Tremeloes all went their separate ways a couple of decades later and it was not until Chip and Brian were asked to sing together again a few years on that they realised that there was still a chemistry and that they had sung between them all of the top hits of Brian Poole & The Tremeloes.

During their years as solo artists Chip Hawkes was very successful with his show Class of ’64 and Brian Poole was touring with ‘ReelinandaRockin’ with many of the stars of the ‘60’s.

Having the same birthday and star sign they see things in the same way which makes for an easy going show with the duo enjoying themselves nearly as much as their audiences.

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  1. Dianne stout says:

    Saw you tonight at Perth, thought you were all fabulous, however I and the party of nine I was with felt you should have been top of the bill, not Gerry!!!

  2. jane taylor says:

    Hi Brian. Hope the tour is going well and you are all looking after yourselves. You have seen me several times and I did a pencil drawing of you and spoke with you and your wife at Butlins in March this year. Could you please let me know if there is a photo of the 3 of you that us fans can buy and will there be a dvd? You are not round the Skegness area so I am unable to get to see your show, which I bet is amazing. Will you be touring the Lincolnshire area at any time? Could you please let me know about a photo as I would love a signed copy to frame and add to my collection on my bedroom wall. I saw Dave at Sleaford in the summer and also gave him a pencil drawing of himself.Take care. thanks Jane.x

  3. pamela mrs padden says:

    Hi Brian. Remember me? Barmaid in William the Conqueror in the early eighties. Now retired and living (with same husband) in Cyprus. Lovely memories of you and Arthur. So pleased that you are still ‘strutting your stuff’. Let us know if you are ever in our part of the word. Would be lovely to see you.

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  6. Patrick Lentze says:

    Oh, what a wonderful website you have, mister Brian Poole.

    The songs “Silence Is Golden” (1967), “Even The Bad Times Are Good” (1967), “My Little Lady” (1968) are beautiful.

    There are so many bands in the world but you are one of the best and one of the most popular.

  7. Hi Brian and Chip , Hope all is well with you . I have been trying to get in touch with you . Last time we met was in Norway when we worked together with the Blue Jeans and Vanity fair . I live on the Isle of Wight . Would be great to hear from you . Take care and stay safe . Regards Graham Fenton

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