THE QUIREBOYS To Play Two Orchestral Shows In September 2020
September 20, 2019
After 35 years of pure rock and roll, recently celebrated at a sold-out O2 Forum in London, THE QUIREBOYS are now ready for a new challenge. They bounced a lot of ideas about but unanimously came up with something rather special that will allow fans to experience and immerse themselves in a totally new side of THE QUIREBOYS.
With a full orchestra behind them. this special project aptly named "Orchestral Quireboys" will be created, rehearsed and staged as a doubleheader, only at The O2 Forum Kentish Town in the U.K. on September 4 and September 5, 2020. This is not a cheap project but something the band feels will create something live on stage that has never been witnessed before.
The whole set will be recorded live for an exclusive limited-edition double vinyl and double CD pack that can only be bought via HRH Hell Raiser. The band had a bad experience with a pledge campaign recently, hence why when they heard their label was creating a new fan-funded platform called HRH Hell Raiser, they knew they could pull this off with the support of their loyal fans. This album will not be available anywhere else apart from the HRH Hell Raiser platform.
All Royalty and VIP tickets for both live nights at the O2 Forum next September, signed black and colored double vinyl packs, signed CD packs plus a few other specials can only be bought from the new fan-funding platform HRH Hell Raiser, giving the label and management team full control of this whole campaign.
Says the band: "It's something we know we can pull off, but it will take an incredibly long time, not to mention patience, perfecting the arrangements and rehearsing the songs. However, in every way possible, it will be totally worth it. What's more, all fans who help us reach our target will get the only copies in the world of the show on vinyl or CD!
"This means a lot to all of us and we really want to make it a show like no other. If you feel you can help us make it a reality, please please get involved."