Quireboys play unplugged show in Rushden


After a 30th anniversary tour across the world and an acclaimed unplugged tour, The Quireboys are back out on the road and headline The Attic in Rushden next week.

The band will release their new album, St Cecilia And The Gypsy Soul, in March.

The LP will be preceded by the Gracie B EP on March 16.

Rushden’s gig involve all the classics, rarities, surprises and a selection of new material played unplugged.

The Quireboys comprise singer Spike, guitarists Guy Griffin and Paul Guerin and keyboard player Keith Weir.

They released their debut album, A Bit of What You Fancy, in 1990. The band’s sound harks back to the 1970s’ heyday of The Faces, Rolling Stones, Slade and Mott The Hoople.

They play the Newton Road venue at Rushden Athletic Club on Saturday, March 7.

Doors open at 7pm, tickets cost £16.50 in advance via www.wegottickets.com/event/301578 .

For more information, visit www.quireboys.com