The Quireboys Celebrating 30th Anniversary With ‘Black Eyed Sons’ Album
April 24, 2014
Thirty years into their career The Quireboys are ready to celebrate a golden age of music with ‘Black Eyed Sons’, a new album slated for release on June 16th through Off Yer Rocka Recordings.
Following hot on the heels of last year’s critically acclaimed ‘Beautiful Curse’ — the band’s biggest-selling record since their early ’90s heyday — comes ‘Black Eyed Sons’, an album produced by the legendary Chris Tsangarides that represents yet another career high for the band.
Spike (vocals), Guy Griffin (guitars), Paul Guerin (guitars) and Keith Weir (keyboards) have spent more than a decade rebuilding and revitalising one of British rock ‘n’ roll’s best-loved brands. ‘Black Eyed Sons’ is the triumphant result.
‘Black Eyed Sons’ will include a live CD and live DVD. Packaged alongside a CD of The Quireboys’ main stage acoustic set at 2013’s Sweden Rock festival — in front of 40,000 fans — and a live 7 CAM shot DVD featuring the London leg of last year’s ‘Beautiful Curse’ tour, this a must-have for long-time fans and new converts alike.
“I’ve always felt like I’m 30-years-old,” jokes Spike. “So this is our time. And I’d just like to raise a toast to the next 30 years.”
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