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UK Supergroup QSP Has First Hit In Australia

by Paul Cashmere on January 28, 2017

in News

QSP, the supergroup featuring Suzi Quatro (Q), Andy Scott of The Sweet (S) and Don Powell of Slade (P) has made their first chart appearance in Australia.

QSP has debuted on the ARIA chart this week with the self-titled debut ‘QSP’ featuring a collection of rock classics.

The members of QSP all rose to fame around the same time in the early 70s. While Suzi had a handful of singles in the 60s, it was her 1973 hit ‘Can The Can’ that first placed her at number one in the UK and Australia.

The Sweet also had a number of unsuccessful 60s hit before breaking through with ‘Wig-Wam Bam’ reaching no 15 in Australia in 1972 and then Ballroom Blitz hitting no 1 a year later.

Slade’s first top 10 hit ‘Coz O Luv You’ reached no 7 in Australia in 1971 starting a trend of a dozen Australian hits over the next four years for the band.

Slade also generated a number one album in Australia with their debut ‘Slade Alive’ in 1972.

Buy QSP from JB Hi-Fi

CD
1. Slow Down
2. Long Way from Home
3. Tobacco Road
4. If Only
5. Bright Lights Big City
6. Pain (Orchestral)
7. Just Like a Woman
8. Mend a Broken Heart
9. The Price of Love
10. Broken Pieces Suite
11. I Walk On Gilded Splinters
12. Late Nights Early Flights
13. Little Sister
14. Pain (Band Version) (Bonus Track)

QSP will tour Australia in February

Feb 3 and 4, Tweed Heads, Twin Towers
Feb 6, Toowoomba, Empire Theatre
Feb 7, Brisbane, QPAC
Feb 9, Adelaide, Ent Centre
Feb 11 and 12, Perth, Crown Theatre
Feb 14, Sydney, Opera House
Feb 16, Geelong, Geelong Arena
Feb 18, Melbourne, Hamer Hall
Feb 19, Sale, Botanic Gardens
Feb 21, Hobart, Wrest Point, Feb 23, Canberra, Canberra Theatre
Feb 24, Wollongong, Anitas Theatre
Feb 25, Hunter Valley, Hope Estate
Feb 28, Mackay, Ent Centre
March 1, Townsville, Ent Centre
March 2, Cairns, Convention Centre
March 4, Darwin, Convention Centre

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