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The Quireboys Celebrate their 30th Anniversary

.@TheQuireboys as they celebrate their 30th Anniverary. Feature by .@louelladeville_ @Planetmosh To celebrate their 30th Anniversary this year The Quireboys announced a special 30th Anniversary gig at The Half Moon in Putney, where they began their Rock ‘n’ Roll journey in April 1984. When the gig tomorrow (23rd April 2014) …

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Guy Griffin, The Quireboys – Interview, 8th February 2014

I was expecting to interview Spike but on the day it didn’t happen, probably due to some misunderstanding on my part as I am, after all, a blonde! Guy Griffin was in the bar, after the gig, so I asked if he would be prepared to answer a few questions …

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The Quireboys Acoustic – Sheffield Corporation, 8th February 2014

I first saw The Quireboys at Manchester International II in the early nineties. I’ve seen them a couple of times since then, make that around twenty times! Manchester International II has now been demolished and a block of flats stand in it’s place. Since my first gig The Quireboys have …

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The Peckham Cowboys – ’10 Tales From The Gin Palace’

The Peckham Cowboys -n 10 Tales From The Gin Palace Artwork

@Planetmosh reviews @_PeckhamCowboys out Feb 14th on @CargoRecords The collective group of rawk ‘n’ roll outlaws known as The Peckham Cowboys are not a tribute to Delboy and Rodney – although they may take some of their inspiration from the exploits of the brothers Trotter:  no, these wild ‘n’ reckless Sarf Lahndon …

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The Quireboys – Club Academy, Manchester, 15th October 2013

The Quireboys – Club Academy, Manchester, 15th October 2013

Having seen The Quireboys many times over the past twenty years, or so, I was looking forward to a night of good old Rock ‘n’ Roll when I headed down the stairs to Club Academy, Manchester. A venue which reminds me of a school dining hall, although there wasn’t a …

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Quireboys – Beautiful Curse

Ever since this band surfaced in the mid to late 80s, their mission statement has been elegantly simple; raw, good time rock n’ roll without any frills. Beautiful Curse, their first new studio album of new material since 2008’s ‘Homewreckers And Heartbreakers,’ is an unapologetic stride in the same direction. Like …

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Bearded Theory festival – day two – Saturday

Overnight rain had left parts of the festival site rather muddy, so conditions underfoot weren’t great in a couple of the busy places, but generally the site was still fine and easy to get around. Zombie met girl are first up on the main stage.  With a rock/punk sound it’s …

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Knock Out Kaine – ‘House Of Sins’

The UK doesn’t really have a reputation for producing great sleaze rock bands – well, certainly, not ones who could challenge the supremacy of the likes of the Crüe, LA Guns, GNR or Cinderella in their prime. The likes of The Quireboys, Wildhearts and Dogs D’Amour always have been more …

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Interview with Whippz of The Burning Crows

With their self-released debut EP, ‘Never Had It So Good’, receiving great acclaim – we at PM awarded it 9/10 – and a ten-date UK and Ireland tour looming, we catch up with Whippz, frontman with The Burning Crows, to find out a bit more about the band, their close …

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The Burning Crows – ‘Never Had It So Good’

The Burning Crows plough a rich vein of good-time, old-fashioned sleazy, snarling rock ‘n’f’n’ roll that traces its roots back to the likes of Mott The Hoople, Slade and Bad Company and, more especially, latterday reprobates such as Dogs d’Amour, The Quireboys and The Wildhearts. Indeed, mention of the quintessential …

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Myke Gray and Matti Alfonzetti from Red, White and Blues Interviewed at Wrexham’s Central Station (10/12/11)

This is Lee Walker from www.PlanetMosh.com conducting an interview with the Myke Gray and Matti Alfonzetti from Red, White and Blues. LW – You are on the final date of this current tour. How has the tour been ? Myke – The tour has been absolutely amazing, because we’ve mixed …

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Hard Rock Hell V – Village of the Damned – Saturday (Festival)

The Seagulls of doom wake us with their food dance for the final day of this three day rock marathon. Our day starts meeting up and interviewing the recently reformed nwobhm heros Bronz, the Dark Priest Michael McKeegan and Neil Jones from the Irish band Therapy? (Click HERE) and young …

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