The Quireboys have rescheduled four dates on their ‘A Bit Of What You Fancy‘ 30th Anniversary Tour to June 2022. The new rescheduled dates include Oxford Bullingdon (June 11), Southend Chinnerys (June 12), Bristol Thekla (June 17), and Nottingham Rescue Rooms (June 18). All tickets remain valid. Tickets are on sale via www.thegigcartel.com. To celebrate the 30th […]
The Manchester venue for the ‘A Bit Of What You Fancy’ 30th Anniversary UK Tour has changed. The Quireboys will now play the Manchester Club Academy on Friday 12 February 2021. The special UK tour kicks off in December 2020 and goes into February 2021, where they will play the classic album in its entirety. […]
Following the announcement of the release of the re-recorded version of ‘A Bit Of What You Fancy‘ – to celebrate its 30th Anniversary – The Quireboys will embark on a special UK tour from December 2020 to February 2021, where they will play the classic album in its entirety. A 48-hour Planet Rock Ticket Pre-Sale […]
Heed ‘The Call’! Call of the Wild Festival announce further additions to the line-up and it’s MASSIVE! Organisers have sneaked a much loved addition in the shape of Aussie rockers Massive. The band have been added to the Kilmister Stage and will follow Bootyard Bandits. COTW are also happy to announce that Thursday night will […]
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Hard Rock Hell announce HRH Road Trip XI – Ibiza 2020, which is being held on 6th to 13th May 2020. The line up includes: SKINDRED, Ted Poley (Danger Danger), REEF, Joe Lynn Turner, John Coghlan’s Quo, LA Guns, Jizzy Pearl’s Love/Hate, Ten Years After, Wayward Sos, Seething Akira, Massive, Midnite City, and more to […]
British rock group Bad Touch have premiered the official video for their new single on YouTube. ‘99%‘ is taken from their new studio album ‘Truth Be Told‘ which is released on 2nd December 2016. ‘99%‘ is remixed by legendary Rolling Stones engineer, Chris Kimsey (Kimsey engineered the Rolling Stones albums – 1971’s ‘Sticky Fingers’, 1978’s […]