THE QUIREBOYS Unveil New Lineup

March 2, 2004

Supporting DAVID LEE ROTH in the U.K, THE QUIREBOYS (known as "THE LONDON QUIREBOYS" in the USA) are sporting an all new line up. New draftees include guitarist Paul Guerin and keyboard player Keith Weir. Both were previously members of the FIREBYRDS. Guerin also has previously recorded two albums with the RED DOGS before joining WORLD OF LEATHER, Brian Robertson's THE CLAN and THE KING. Guerin has also served as guitar tech for UFO's Michael Schenker (also performing acoustic guitar on Schenker's "Thank You" album).

With regular drummer Michael Lee touring North America as part of THIN LIZZY, new man on drums is Pip Mailing, formerly of Bedford act THE PECADILLOS.


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