Tag Archives: The Quireboys

Knock Out Kaine – ‘House Of Sins’

The UK doesn’t really have a reputation for producing great sleaze rock bands – well, certainly, not ones who could challenge the supremacy of the likes of the Crüe, LA Guns, GNR or Cinderella in their prime. The likes of The Quireboys, Wildhearts and Dogs D’Amour always have been more …

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Interview with Whippz of The Burning Crows

With their self-released debut EP, ‘Never Had It So Good’, receiving great acclaim – we at PM awarded it 9/10 – and a ten-date UK and Ireland tour looming, we catch up with Whippz, frontman with The Burning Crows, to find out a bit more about the band, their close …

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The Burning Crows – ‘Never Had It So Good’

The Burning Crows plough a rich vein of good-time, old-fashioned sleazy, snarling rock ‘n’f’n’ roll that traces its roots back to the likes of Mott The Hoople, Slade and Bad Company and, more especially, latterday reprobates such as Dogs d’Amour, The Quireboys and The Wildhearts. Indeed, mention of the quintessential …

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