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The Quireboys are a English blues/rockers group, formed in the mid 1980s, by Spike Gray and Guy Bailey.
They were originally called 'The Queerboys', but was changed when they started getting recognised.
Their influences are The Faces, Rod Stewert.
They were signed to EMI records and released their first singles, 'There she goes again' and 'Mayfair'. Their debut album 'A bit of what you fancy'.(See Albums.) was a huge hit with the help from their hit singles, '7 O'clock', 'Hey You', 'I don't love you anymore' and 'There she goes again'.
They have been through various line-ups (see Band.) They split up in the mid 90s. Some of the 'boys' went on to do seperate projects.(See Related Albums.)
Reforming in 1995 they released 'Lost in Space'.(See Albums.) and did a live show at 'The Mayfair', Newcastle, England..(See Reviews.)
Reformed again in 2000 the boys are back on the road with their new album 'This is Rock 'n' Roll'.(See Albums.) They sure haven't lost their Rock 'n' Roll sound.

Related Albums.
Band pictures.
Pictures of Spike.
Past Tours.