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What is the true identity of 1960s songwriter L. Ransford?

Question #149045. Asked by serpa.
Last updated Oct 28 2022.
Originally posted Oct 28 2022 4:03 PM.

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This was a group pseudonym used by members of the Hollies.
Profile: Collective songwriter pseudonym used in the early to mid-1960s by Allan Clarke, Tony Hicks (2) and Graham Nash, then members of The Hollies. The name comes from one of Graham Nash's grandparents.
Aliases: Chester Mann, Clarke-Hicks-Nash
Members: Allan Clarke, Graham Nash, Tony Hicks (2)


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