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The Quireboys, known in the U.S. as the London Quireboys (even though they come from Newcastle), are a hard rock band that started in the late '80s/early '90s, getting that moniker from the 1977 comedy film of the same name. With John Grey ("Spike") on vocals, Guy Griffin and Guy Bailey on guitar, Chris Johnstone on piano/keyboard, Nigel Mogg on bass guitar, and Ian Wallace on drums, the guys are best known for their 1990 hit album 'A Bit of What You Fancy'.
The group's band of sleazy, rambunctious rock struck a chord with listeners as their singles got major airplay, even breaking into into the U.S. market. Still, though their first album proved a hit, the band became bogged down in arguments with their record label. It took ...
Bai Bang - one of the most powerful rock acts from Sweden - features talented and dynamic rockers:
Diddi Kastenholt - Vocals
Joacim Sandin - Bass
Johnny Benson – Drums
Since the band started in the late 80s the Bai Bang members have spent a lot of time together on their tours all over Europe, Canada, Japan and USA.
The new album “Are You Ready” was released in May 2009 and was nominated for the best sleaze/glam album in Sweden and it was voted as “The Best all round party anthem album of the year” in the Australian magazine The Rockpit.
In between tours Bai Bang are currently writing new songs for the 7th upcoming album that’s going to be released later this year.
Conny Bloom was best known as lead singer of Electric Boys in the late 80s to mid 90s.
Upon split of that band, Conny did some solo material, as well as with his short-lived band Titanic Truth.
More recently, he has become a guitarist for reformed band Hanoi Rocks. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.