Australian singles chart:
Sorry Suzanne entered the Kent charts on 29 March 1969 and peaked at #8. It was #54 on the Top 100 of 1969.
Sorry Suzanne was the Hollies’ first song to feature Terry Sylvester in the place of Graham Nash, who officially left the group at the end of 1968. Nash moved to Los Angeles where he tentatively planned to become primarily a songwriter.
Nash told Disc magazine, “I can’t take touring any more. I just want to sit at home and write songs. I don’t really care what the rest of the group think.”
In Los Angeles he joined with former Buffalo Springfield guitarist Stephen Stills and ex-Byrds singer and guitarist David Crosby to form one of the first supergroups, Crosby, Stills & Nash, which released Marrakesh Express as its debut single.
Read more: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hollies
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