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  • Silent Thieves join Marco Mendoza tour

    We’re pleased to announce that Silent Thieves are the first confirmed touring band to join the Marco Mendoza tour.

    The tour hits Newcastle on February 11th at Think Tank Underground (The Head of Steam) tickets are already flying out – you can secure yours from this link here

    More info on Silent Thieves below

    SILENT THIEVES are three musicians that have spent many years forging their own paths in the music scene and
    have found their way to the same point to form an entity that they can release their own kind of music onto the world.
    The three members started writing, rehearsing and recording in the Spring of 2015. The end result would be
    ‘Silent Thieves’.
    Andy Murray heavily influenced by the first band he saw live, Thin Lizzy, played in various heavy rock acts from youth
    including an outfit poised to sign for a big future including drummer Adam Parsons (who ironically now manages the
    ‘new’ Thin Lizzy, ‘Black Star Riders’), until circumstances took a different turn. He then found himself touring Europe
    and Canada for the next few years as lead guitarist for celebrated Scottish Celtic Rock band ‘Wolfstone’.
    Since then he has established himself as a writer and session player for various artists, working with acts like
    Coast and Smokie among many others.
    Dave McIntosh was crowned ‘World Champion’ drummer in his once alternative guise as a pipe band drummer many
    moons ago, at a time that would see him travel to places like New York and Europe. In his other role, he was the solid
    beat behind Scottish rock band The Kut for nearly 25 years that would see him support many legendary acts as well as
    playing the famous Marquee Club in London twice.
    Mark Allison started in garage bands in his teens playing guitar and bass in whichever guise was needed. In his
    twenties a host of his bands supported well know acts like Big Country and The Quireboys before he decided to go in to
    a forced early retirement from music. Nearly 12 years later after suppressing the urge to fulfil his teenage dreams he
    entered the musical path once more supporting artists like Nik Kershaw and finding recognition as a songwriter.