The Honeycombs

Have I the Right?
#5 in 1964


The Honeycombs were an English group, founded in 1963 in North London. The group had one chart-topping hit, the million selling "Have I the Right?", in 1964. After that song the interest in the group ebbed away, and they split up in late 1966. The group's most distinguishing mark was their female drummer, Honey Lantree. Members include Denis D'Ell, died of cancer 6 July 2005 - Lead singer and harmonica player. Martin Murray - Rhythm guitar. Alan Ward - Lead guitar John Lantree - Bass guitar Honey Lantree - Drums and singer.
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