Album Description: This album is the latest of Spike’s (The Quireboys) solo releases and was released under the Livewire/Cargo Records label. It was released in 2014 amidst travelling with The Quireboys on their 30th Anniversary Tour. This album was a few years in the making, but Spike finally pulled it together despite juggling his commitments with The Quireboys. It is a personal favorite of Spike’s. This album was a labour of love for him given that he is such a big fan and …more importantly, a friend of Frankie Millers. 100% Pure Frankie Miller features Ronnie Wood, Andy Fraser, Bonnie Tyler, Simon Kirke, Ian Hunter, Luke Morley, Guy Griffin, Keith Weir, Paul Guerin, Tyla, Chris Corney, Mark Stanway, Mick Roobotham, Matt Goom, Pat McManus, Lorraine Crosby, Stuart Emerson, Cherry Lee Mewis, Simon Hanson and Jimi The Piper. This album would be classified as Country/Rock. (Album art by: Tyla J. Pallas)
Quireboys Spike solo album - 100% Pure Frankie MillerSpike solo album 100% Pure Frankie Miller

Bottle Of Whisky (featuring Tyla)
Did You Ever Wanna Go Home (featuring Chris Corney)
The Brooklyn Bridge (featuring Luke Morley & Andy Fraser)
Keepin’ It All For You (featuring Ronnie Wood)
Cold, Cold Nights (featuring Chris Corney)
Cheap Hotel (featuring Paul Guerin)
Intensive Care (featuring Luke Morely)
Cocaine (featuring Ronnie Wood)
Fortune (featuring Bonnie Tyler)
I’m Losing You (featuring Ronnie Wood)