Two Become Three: Nigel Mogg returns to join Spike and Guy Bailey as new Quireboys shows lined up Quireboys bass legend, Nigel Mogg, announces today he’s joining forces with Spike and Guy Bailey as the original Quireboys line-up reforms for a new chapter in its story – with new music already being written and a show announcement imminent. Nigel comments: “I’ve known Spike since we were 18 and he’s one of my best friends. People know him as the bigger-than-life rock & roller he is on stage – as he should be – but behind the scenes he’s genuine, kind, hard-working and very loyal to people. I’ve really felt for what Spike has been put through and it’s time to stand with my friend. I called Spike this morning to offer my services and told him I was all in. So I’m heading to London, plus he’s got Pete Way’s bass at his house for me.”Spike added: “Guy Bailey and I are so pleased Nigel is back, I never wanted him to leave the band. Nigel is such a special friend and I know so many fans have been really hoping this would happen.””When three members of my band announced their split away the other month, it was sad this was accompanied by comments on my character that were unnecessary and untrue. I am refraining from running former band members down because it doesn’t achieve anything and, in simple terms, everyone just has to move on. As it happens, so many positives have come from the negatives in recent weeks. I’m reunited with original members of our band, Guy Bailey and me are writing new music again, old songs from the early days have been uncovered for completion and live shows now are on the way. That’s right, we’ll be announcing dates for our first two Quireboys shows for the autumn in the next week or so.””Once again – and I don’t apologise for the fact I keep saying it – an enormous and heartfelt thank you again to you, the fans, whose support has been absolutely phenomenal through such an unsettling time. You have been the extra band member through this time of change and we’ll repay the love and support with new Quireboys music and shows.”
Dopo il chitarrista storico Guy Bailey, anche il bassista originale dei THE QUIREBOYS, Nigel Mogg, si è riunito con il cantante Spike per lavorare a un nuovo album della band e per tenere dei concerti nella seconda metà del 2022.
Un mese e mezzo fa, gli altri membri dei THE QUIREBOYS hanno annunciato la separazione da Spike, il quale ha respinto il licenziamento e rivendicato la proprietà intellettuale sul gruppo in quanto fondatore, unico membro fisso e autore dei loro brani.
Al momento non è noto quindi quale delle due parti proseguirà con il nome THE QUIREBOYS.