Alle concerten van of festivals met The Quireboys


Totaal aantal bezochte concerten en/of festivaldagen met The Quireboys: 4

DatumMediaActBandsLocatieGezelschap
19-02-2023The QuireboysBel AirHarry
19-12-2015The Quireboys setlistThe Gloria Story setlist
Rebelstar
BaroegThois
Harry
05-04-2013Foto's van Shout It Out Loud festival op 05-04-2013Video's van Shout It Out Loud festival op 05-04-2013 in Glückauf HalleShout It Out Loud festivalTesla setlist
The Quireboys
H.E.A.T
Jettblack
Blackrain
Adam Bomb
OldS'cool
Glückauf HalleThois
Harry
26-08-1990Foto's van Monsters of Rock op 26-08-1990Monsters of RockWhitesnake setlist
Aerosmith setlist
Poison setlist
The Quireboys setlist
GalgenwaardThois
Harry
Westmaas
Michel



Locatie(s) The Quireboys:




Geplande optredens van The Quireboys


DatumLocatiePlaats en land
do 1 december 2022Sala La NauBarcelona, Spain
vr 2 december 2022Zaragoza, La Casa Del LocoZaragoza, Spain
za 3 december 2022Urban Rock ConceptVitoria-gasteiz, Spain
zo 4 december 2022Sala Azkena, BilbaoBilbo, Spain
ma 5 december 2022Sala AcapulcoGijón, Spain
di 6 december 2022Mardi Gras, A Coruña La Coruña, Spain
wo 7 december 2022Porta CaeliValladolid, Spain
vr 9 december 2022Garage Beat ClubMurcia, Spain
za 10 december 2022Sala CopérnicoMadrid, Spain
zo 11 december 2022Sala XSevilla, Spain
za 14 januari 2023Diamond Rock Club, Ahoghill, Co. Antrim (Unplugged Set)Ballymena, United Kingdom
za 18 februari 2023Crossover Music PubGent, Belgium
zo 19 februari 2023Bel Air BredaBreda, Netherlands
wo 22 februari 2023Mergener Hof e.V.Trier, Germany
do 23 februari 2023Rockpalast BochumBochum, Germany
vr 24 februari 2023Lux Club LindenHannover, Germany
za 25 februari 2023LOGOHamburg, Germany
zo 26 februari 2023LidoBerlin, Germany
ma 27 februari 2023Das BettFrankfurt Am Main, Germany
di 28 februari 2023FABRIKBruchsal, Germany
do 2 maart 2023Muhle HunzikenRubigen, Switzerland
za 4 maart 2023Paunchy CatsLichtenfels, Germany
zo 5 maart 2023Backstage WerkMünchen, Germany
do 20 april 2023Empire CoventryCoventry, United Kingdom
vr 21 april 2023PatternsBrighton, United Kingdom
za 22 april 2023The Booking HallDover, United Kingdom
do 27 april 2023The Georgian TheatreStockton-on-tees, United Kingdom
vr 28 april 2023The Waterloo Music BarBlackpool, United Kingdom
za 29 april 2023Real Time MusicChesterfield, United Kingdom
wo 3 mei 2023EdenSant Antoni De Portmany, Spain
do 4 mei 2023Clwb Ifor BachCardiff, United Kingdom
vr 5 mei 2023The Craufurd ArmsMilton Keynes, United Kingdom
za 6 mei 2023The WaterfrontNorwich, United Kingdom
do 11 mei 2023Brudenell Social ClubLeeds, United Kingdom
vr 12 mei 2023Oran MorGlasgow, United Kingdom
za 13 mei 2023The ClunyNewcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom
do 18 mei 2023The Night & Day CafeManchester, United Kingdom
vr 19 mei 2023The Castle & FalconBirmingham, United Kingdom
za 20 mei 2023ExchangeBristol, United Kingdom
za 2 september 2023O2 Forum Kentish TownLondon, United Kingdom

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Biography van The Quireboys

The Quireboys, known in the U.S. as the London Quireboys (even though they come from Newcastle), are a hard rock band that started in the late '80s/early '90s, getting that moniker from the 1977 comedy film of the same name. With John Grey ("Spike") on vocals, Guy Griffin and Guy Bailey on guitar, Chris Johnstone on piano/keyboard, Nigel Mogg on bass guitar, and Ian Wallace on drums, the guys are best known for their 1990 hit album 'A Bit of What You Fancy'. The group's band of sleazy, rambunctious rock struck a chord with listeners as their singles got major airplay, even breaking into into the U.S. market. Still, though their first album proved a hit, the band became bogged down in arguments with their record label. It took the guys a long time to get 'Bitter Sweet & Twisted' released, with it finally coming out in 1993. The rise of grunge music as well as modern alternative rock styles made it a challenging time for them for the rest of the 90s. They ended up splitting up as their music became somewhat lost in the shuffle, with Spike leading occasional reunion gigs, including at the popular 'Bulldog Bash' with Thunder in 1998. The band got back together in 2000 and recorded "This is Rock 'n' Roll", which was released in 2001. In 2004, the group released "Well Oiled". In 2008, "Homewreckers and Heartbreakers" came out. In March 2013, the band released a new single "Too Much of a Good Thing" on 15 May 2013, taken from their seventh studio album, Beautiful Curse, which was released a month later in June 2013. The band's most recent album, Amazing Disgrace, was released on 5 April 2019. In late 2021 they supported the Dead Daisies on their UK Tour. The February 2022 Monsters of Rock Cruise included the Quireboys as a five-piece, with Griffin covering vocal duties, after "a last-minute nonappearance" from Spike. In March 2022, the Quireboys announced that they had released lead vocalist Spike from the band. This sparked a mixed reaction from fans, leading two venues to cancel their upcoming Quireboys dates. However, the band continued to tour with Guy Griffin as lead vocalist. Spike's departure sparked an ongoing dispute about legal ownership of the Quireboys name. In May 2022, Spike announced that he was reuniting with original members Guy Bailey and Nigel Mogg to write and record new music using the Quireboys name. The remaining band members announced the release of a new studio album titled 'The Band Rolls On...' due for release in December 2022. See: www.quireboys.com Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.