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Dave Gleeson Really Is The New Lead Singer For The Angels

by Paul Cashmere on November 3, 2011

in Live,News

Dave Gleeson is the new lead singer for The Angels following the departure of Doc Neeson from the band.

The Angels at Noise11.com

The Angels at Noise11.com

While Doc says he is still with the band, The Angels have a different story. “Doc announced that he was leaving the band to do a solo career,” John Brewster tells Noise11.com. “Now he seems to be saying he hasn’t”, “but he has,” continues Rick Brewster. “The band goes on and we can,” says John. “Obviously there has been some legal positions taken but we have earned the right to go on.”

Doc Neeson has taken to Facebook to say he is still with the band and will be back. Not so says the band. “The trouble with the posts on Facebook is that people are misinformed. They are getting one side of the story. We just don’t want to enter into it,” Rick says.

The Angels will head out on their ‘Waiting For The Sun’ tour with Dave Gleeson on November 10. There will be a new album with Dave on vocals in 2012.

Dates are:

November 10, Fremantle, Fly By Night
November 11, Perth, Charles Hotel
November 12, Lancelin, Endeavour Tavern
November 13, Ravenswood, Ravenswood Hotel
November 19, Adelaide, Governor Hindmarsh
November 23, Kingsford, The Juniors
November 24, Davistown, Davistown RSL
November 25, Canberra, Southern Cross Club
November 26, Newcastle, Belmont 16ft Sailing Club
December 1, South Morang, Commercial Hotel
December 2, Ferntree Gully, Ferntree Gully Hotel
December 3, Chelsea Heights, Chelsea Heights Hotel
December 4, Melton, Macs Hotel
December 8, Ulladulla, Marlin Hotel
December 9, Penrith, Panthers
December 10, Dee Why, Dee Why RSL
December 15, Brisbane, Redland Multi Sports Club
December 16, Brisbane, Norths Leagues Club
December 17, Gold Coast, Twin Towns Services Club

Watch the Noise11 interview:

Watch The Angels perform ‘Wounded Healer’, ‘Waiting For The Sun’ and ‘After The Rain’ for Noise11 Sessions:

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