The Quireboys are set to release a new album called White Trash Blues. The cover album consists of 12 songs featuring blues greats such as Muddy Waters and Chuck Berry among others. The album can be expected available through regular sales channels starting September 5th, however, the album will be performed live on the blues stage at the Ramblin Man Fair , in Maidstone, Kent, England tomorrow evening (July 30th).
A 3 track teaser album called “Leaving Trunk” will be released through digital sales channels prior to the official release of the full White Trash Blues album. It will be available on August 1st and will feature Leaving Trunk and the additional tracks Champagne and Reefer and Rollin’ and Tumblin’.
White Trash Blues album track list – Boom Boom, Cross Eyed Cat, Going Down, Help Me, I Wish You Would, King Bee, Hoochie Coochie Man, Leaving Trunk, Little Queenie, Shame Shame Shame, Take Out Some Insurance and Walking The Dog.
When asked “What are your top 3 favorites from the new White Trash Blues album?” Spike’s reply was – Boom Boom, Help Me and Walking The Dog.
(Graphic by Kelly, photo of Spike provided by Tom Gold for Goldwood Images – GoldwoodImages.com)
Can’t make it to a show? Miss your Quireboys?
Then follow Spike’s Youtube channel and the On The Road w/ The Quireboys playlist! Great footage and sound on this latest video upload for the exception of a few digital artifacts from the lighting, but great nonetheless and complete with a bit of commentary from Spike on how he’s not drinking any more..you believed that right??
Filmed from the latest Quireboys show at the Rescue Rooms in Nottingham 12th March. Special thanks to Robert Shaw on YTB for the upload and keeping everyone on the road with The Quireboys who couldn’t be there. Be sure to subscribe to the On The Road w/ The Quireboys playlist at www.Youtube.com/QuireboysSpike. Up next, The Quireboys will be playing at the Full Metal Mountain Festival, Karnten, Austria.
Spike is interviewed by Guy Bellamy as part of the Great Music Stories show on Meridian FM in September 2016 following the release of The Quireboys latest album, Twisted Love. Spike talks about the new songs, how they are written and how they record and rehearse them.
The Quireboys are releasing their 10th studio album called Twisted Love on 2nd September. Again, the band hunkered down in a remote studio in Sweden to create this new album. Preceeding the album release, the title track of the album, also called Twisted Love, was released to Meridian FM for an exclusive first playing to which their was a lot of positive feedback and requests for a replay. Off Yer Rocka Recordings, The Quireboys’ record label, released the official video for Twisted Love yesterday resulting in an explosion of Likes and Shares on social media. Interviews with Spike and Guy Griffin will be aired on Meridian FM in the coming weeks as the band and label work up to the release of the new album in September. In the meantime, below you will find both an audio clip from the exclusive radio release on Meridian with some commentary on feedback, as well as the Off Yer Rocka Recordings official video for the title track “Twisted Love”.
Meridian FM will be exclusively releasing the new single from The Quireboys latest album that is soon to be released. Be sure to tune in tomorrow, 11th July, to Guy Bellamy’s rock show on 107 Meridian FM at 5pm London Time if you are in the East Grinstead, West Sussex area. If you can’t tune in on the radio, you can still tune in and listen online at www.MeridianFM.com.
Here is a short little interview from the 1990’s with Rudy Richman (former QB drummer), Chris Johnstone (former QB keys) and Guy Griffin (guitar) during the A Bit Of What You Fancy tour to Japan. Rudy talks about what he liked about playing in a British band and his respect for Spike’s attitude. Griff and Chris talk about the style of music The Quireboys play and what influenced it.
In conversation with Rudy recently, he said that this interview took place on their first tour to Japan. The fans there would meet them at the airport with gifts and the lobbies of the hotels were packed with fans every day. They played several shows there of between 2000- 4000 capacity venues and on some days spent 8 hours doing interviews where they were split up into groups such as this one.
Hope you enjoyed the memory tidbits from Rudy and stay tuned to Spike’s social media and website for more great conversations, comments and memories from previous and current members of The Quireboys.
It’s here! The highly collectible Quireboys album, Homewreckers & Heartbreakers (2008) has been re-released in 2015 and is now available digitally and on vinyl today. The digital version also includes bonus tracks from the live concert: Back To The Moon Live. Available now on iTunes, Amazon and directly from Off Yer Rocka. Visit the Homewreckers & Heartbreakers page for more info.