I saw these do a 2-hour show in Herne Bay yesterday. While the instrumentation can at times be best described as "pedestrian" (apart from the excellent keyboard player), the vocals were generally very good, particularly the lead singer who reached all the notes that Clarkey struggled with 30 years ago ("So, so like a woman to me", "pair of 45's", etc). Sound could've been better though, perhaps due to the p/a not being powerful enough for the large hall they performed in.
Most of the 1964-1974 hits were present and correct (though no 'King Midas' or 'The Baby'), some with slightly updated arrangements ('Curly Billy' was particularly keyboard orientated). They also included a few non UK hits, such as 'Too Young To Be Married', 'Another Night', 'Star' (perhaps the biggest surprise), 'Soldier's Song' (great!!) & 'Stop In The Name Of Love'. The closing song was 'Blowing In The Wind'.
In conclusion, while never rivalling the real Hollies (apart from the lead singer being more Clarke-like than Peter Howarth), it was £10 well-spent.