Quigley’s: probably the busiest place in town for live music

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QUIGLEY’S Irish bar in Albert Street may not be the first place that pops into your head when you think of live music venues in Rugby, but with music four nights a week, it’s probably the busiest.

Playing tomorrow night will be rock and pop covers band Teazer, who are travelling across the Midlands from Cannock. Their beginnings go back to 1986, and a drunken encounter in a field. Since then they’ve become recognised as one of the tightest, most proficient pack of musicians in the region.

Backed by their high-quality sound and light system, Teazer have played countless gigs in and around the Midlands area and offer a great night of entertainment with a variety of material to suit those wanting to party or for those wishing to enjoy some of the quieter classics. Their set draws on material from a broad range of classic and modern influences including Coldplay, Stereophonics, Green Day, Rolling Stones, Oasis, Slade, Eagles, Status Quo, Rush, Gary Moore, Journey, Beatles, Elvis, and many more. 

Teazer will be in Quigley’s in Albert Street from 9pm onwards on Friday night (May 25).