Are they ever gunna see our face again? That was the hard question Rick and John Brewster of The Angels had been chewing over in early 2011.
Their singer Doc Neeson had set off to pursue a solo career a few months earlier. Along with bassist Chris Bailey, Rick and John Brewster decided they had to find a new singer.
They’d been itching to record a new Angels album for years, they had songs and they had the hunger, and in April 2011 they found their new singer – Dave Gleeson the ex Screaming Jets front man. A few weeks after asking him to become an Angel, Gleeson found himself walking into Sydney’s legendary Alberts Studios to record new songs with the band that had sound tracked his teenage years and inspired him to take up rock n roll as a career.
“This is a dream come true for me,” says Dave Gleeson, “it doesn’t get much better than to record an album with The Angels. And it’s the right time to make a rock record like this. There’s too much machine music out there, and rock got too soft. This album is what rock is all about.”
So, are you ready to see the result in action? Hold tight as the Angels and their new lead man storm our stage to unload both barrels performing new tracks as well as Angels classics like No Secrets, Take a Long Line, Shadowboxer and Am I Ever Going to See Your Face Again.
Tickets: $41 Adults only
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