Words and Pictures: Adrian Hextall \ MindHex Media The Quireboys, a band that somehow make you want to start drinking whiskey even if you’re tee total whilst reaching for a pack of Marlboro cigarettes when you’ve never taken a drag in your life. Quite what it is about this band but they epitomise the true […]
A weekend spent in superb company with great established rock acts and new bands coming through
For me though, RMF have a winning formula, in a unique melting pot, in a fantastic location. The eclectic mix of sounds on the various stages combined with the relaxed atmosphere makes it the perfect event for Ramblers of all ages.
The Quireboys may have been around the block a fair number of times but their music is tried and true
The album has a bluesy tang to most of the tracks, and if I didn’t know they were British I would have pinned them down as from Southern USA playing a mash of Country Rock and Blues.
It wouldn’t be a Quireboys gig if they didn’t play the next song’..which was ‘I Don’t Love You Anymore’.
Hard gigging, hard living, hard rocking: homegrown heroes The Quireboys have reinforced their reputation as kings of the road after announcing a slew of new dates for 2016.
Hailing from the North east of England Paul relocated to London in 1987 to persue a career in Music.
If there are any fans of Spike or Frankie Miller who are on the fence regarding whether to get this album or not, then I would say to definitely buy it. The same goes for anyone with an open mind and an interest in quality songs played by some of the best in the business. Despite being a bit of a departure from my usual riff-filled listening, I thoroughly enjoyed this album, although, for me personally, I would have preferred a bit less of the country influence on some songs but that’s just me. If you appreciate that style of music then I imagine your rating would be even higher.
Well obviously it has been an honour to do this Frankie Miller album, he was a big hero of mine even before I had done this and met him. To get to play with Ronnie Wood, we played with The Stones back in ninety one I think it was..in my home town of Newcastle. We played St James Park,things like that are a dream come true