The Dead Daisies and the QuireBoys have joined their ways for the UK tour later this year. This will be The Dead Daisies’ first tour in the UK since 2018, and the first former country singer Glenn Hughes joined the band.
The dead daisies official Twitter account posted, “Hey guys we’re coming for you in Oct/Nov with special guests, the Quire boys. It’s been three years, and we can’t wait to see you all!! Check out tour dates and when tickets are on sale here.”
The series of tour shows is scheduled to begin on 30th October at the 02 Institute, Birmingham, and will end at the Tramshed in Cardiff on 11th November. The full schedule after the tour is mentioned below.
- Oct 30th: Birmingham O2 Institute
- Oct 31st: Liverpool O2 Academy
- Nov 3rd: Bristol O2 Academy
- Nov 4th: Oxford O2 Academy
- Nov 6th: Norwich The Waterfront
- Nov 7th: Nottingham Rock City
- Nov 10th: London Shepherd’s Bush Empire
- Nov 11th: Cardiff Tramshed (Without The QuireBoys)
The English band, the QuireBoys, has just released a recorded version of their debut album, a bit of what you fancy, on its 30th anniversary last month. The album was a massive hit in 1990, making it the second position in the UK chart in 1990.
It seems that the two bands are very excited about their collaboration, and the fans can’t wait for the tour to begin.
The Dead Daisies said in a statement,
The daisies have been itching to come back to the UK and celebrate with their fans who count among the most die-hard in the world- cemented by relentless touring and massive support from UK rock radio.”
On this tour, the band will kick off a new signing initiative where fans can enter a virtual queue, being mindful of keeping everyone safe. 30 lucky fans will get the opportunity at each show, so you will need to get in quickly to join the digital queue. More details to come.