Spike and Tyla’s Hot Knives Acoustic Shows
Special Acoustic Shows with support from Boss Caine
Friday 17th June – Yardbirds, Grimsby, England
Saturday 18th June – The Fulford Arms, York, England
Sunday 19th June –Hark to Towler, Bury, England
Due to unforeseen circumstances, The Quireboys cancel 30th April Liverpool, England show
Unfortunately, The Quireboys have had to cancel their show on 30th April in Liverpool, England at Fusion. They released the following statement to those who were going to attend or those who had already bought tickets to the show.
“Due to unforeseen circumstances The Quireboys will be unable to
perform their scheduled performance in Liverpool @ Fusion on April 30th
Refunds will be issued by all sources over the forthcoming week,
please note if purchases where made from record stores you need to visit the stores in person with your tickets.
Ourselves and the promoters apologize for any disappointment this may cause” (via Facebook)
Spike and Tyla’s Hot Knives add two more acoustic show dates
Special Acoustic Show with support from Boss Caine
Fulford Arms, York, England
Saturday, June 18 at 7:00pm
Tickets available through Fulford Arms Ticket Sales
*NEW* Friday 17th June – Yardbirds, Grimsby, England (www.yardbirdsrocks.co.uk)
*NEW* Sunday 19th June –Hark to Towler, Bury, England
Spike And Tyla’s Hot Knives presents: The Sinister Indecisions of Frankie Gray and Jimmy Pallas (2016)
Here is a video clip from Spike and Tyla’s Hot Knives sold-out show October 25th at The Borderline in honour of the late Paul Hornby. They close off the night with one of Paul’s favorite songs by The Rolling Stones and the whole place raises their glass in his honour.
Special thanks to YTB/Harrock123 for hitting the record button!
Spike’s side project, Spike & Tyla’s Hot Knives, has been confirmed for three shows coming up. Spike and Tyla J. Pallas of Dogs D’Amour, will be performing their solo album together called “Flagrantly Yours” that was recorded back in 1996, as well as some of The Quireboys and Dogs D’Amour classics. They will be performing with a full band, joined by Guy Bailey (guitar), Simon Hanson (drums), Gary Pennick (guitar) and Nick Mailing (bass). These shows will be in high demand for attendance. It is advised you buy your tickets now if you want to be sure to see one of these shows. The Borderline show in London is dedicated to the late Paul Hornby, their dear friend and former drummer for The Quireboys. (click poster to enlarge)
The following video was recorded last week during rehearsals for the upcoming shows.