Be Quiet. Shout Loud!

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Be Quiet. Shout Loud!
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Background information
Origin Middlesbrough, England
Genres Indie Rock, Electro, Dance Punk
Years active 2008-present
Labels Chevstar Records / TLR
Website [1]
Members Jake Radio
Macca
Chris Burton
Paul Morton
Big Dave
Michael Snowden

Be Quiet. Shout Loud! are a 6-piece rock band from Middlesbrough. Their current lineup consists of Jake Radio, Macca, Chris Burton, Paul Morton, Big Dave and Michael Snowden.

Their debut single 'A Disco Beat can save the world' was released in September 2009 on Chevstar Records and their follow-up 'Rock & Roll Disco' was due for release in May 2010.

In February 2010 they recorded the 'Live at the Georgian Theatre' live album which was due for release on TLR (from Teesside with Love Records) in June 2010[1]

History[edit]

Formation and original line up[edit]

Be Quiet. Shout Loud! formed around February 2008 formed from the ashes of Teesside Band 'Secret Signal'. The original lineup was Jake Radio (vocals), Macca (guitar), Big Dave (bass), Chris Burton (keyboards) and Paul Morton (drums).

Around June 2008 Michael Snowden joined on drums with Paul moving over to Synth and second drummer duties.

Gigs[edit]

With over 100 gigs[2] under their belts, the band has supported such acts as Iglu & Hartly, Electric 6, The Chapman Family, One Night Only, Team Waterpolo, and Kaizers Orchestra while playing at Middlesbrough Music Live, Beached Festival, and Olgas Rock festivals.

David Wheater[edit]

In early 2008 a video appeared on YouTube of Middlesbrough F.C. defender David Wheater dancing to 'You'll never know how to dance'[3] which was later named as the number-three dancing-footballer video by The Daily Mirror[4]

Band members[edit]

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • A Disco Beat Can Save The World[5] (2009)
  • Rock & Roll Disco (2010)

Albums[edit]

  • Live at The Georgian Theatre (2010)

References[edit]

External links[edit]