THE QUIREBOYS Kicked Off WHITESNAKE Tour

According to a posting on their official web site, THE QUIREBOYS have been "sacked" from the WHITESNAKE tour by WHITESNAKE frontman David Coverdale. "We apologise to anyone who has bought tickets especially to see us, and we will keep you posted as to the reasons why on the news page," THE QUIREBOYS write.

THE QUIREBOYS have lined up the following U.K. headlining dates in February 2005:

Feb. 10 - Manchester, UK @ Manchester University
Feb. 11 - Milton Keynes, UK @ Woughton Centre
Feb. 12 - Sheffield, UK @ Corporation
Feb. 13 - Newcastle, UK @ Foundation
Feb. 15 - Junction, UK @ Cambridge
Feb. 16 - Bilston, UK @ Robin 2
Feb. 17 - Bristol, UK @ Fleece and Firkin
Feb. 18 - London, UK @ Mean Fiddler
Feb. 24 - Crewe, UK @ Limelight
Feb. 25 - Glasgow, UK @ Cathouse

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