Personalities | Nazareth | Seventies | Rock
(Vocal group, 1970–present)
Hard rockers from Dunfermline, Scotland, Nazareth comprised Dan McCafferty (vocals), Manny Charlton (guitar), Pete Agnew (bass) and Darrell Sweet (drums). They enjoyed three UK Top 20 hits in 1973. A cover of The Everly Brothers’ ‘Love Hurts’ went Top 10 Stateside in 1975 and the title track from Hair Of The Dog (1975) was a rock radio hit. Band activities were suspended in the late 1980s but Nazareth regrouped for the acclaimed No Jive in 1991.
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