8 thoughts on “ The Whisky Priests - A Few Drops More ”

  1. The Whisky Priests () was founded by twin brothers, Gary & Glenn Miller (the Joe Strummer and Mick Jones of Folk Music). The band was internationally renowned for its energetic live shows, released a number of critically acclaimed albums, toured extensively and developed a .
  2. Get the The Whisky Priests Setlist of the concert at Fabrik, Hamburg, Germany on November 17, and other The Whisky Priests Setlists for free on disco.dawynsternfirenalmehuginn.infoinfo!
  3. The First Few Drops ( - ) [Revised Edition] by The Whisky Priests on Spotify The First Few Drops ( - ) [Revised Edition], an album by The Whisky Priests on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  4. “‘The First Few Drops’ is perhaps the best CD to see where The Whisky Priests came from as it contains their early EP’s, singles and demos. Many of them are rough and ready and do show an eagerness and ability that anyone with any sense could tell .
  5. After several assorted late-'80s EP releases, the Whisky Priests debut album Nee Gud Luck was issued in It consisted of 20 tracks, many of them contained on the earlier EPs, and combined traditional British folk with punk rhythms and introspective timeless musings.
  6. Whiskies of the World is a series of fifteen hugely popular whisky festivals. Featuring whiskies from Scotland, Ireland, the USA, Canada, Japan and many others.
  7. Gary Miller. Durham, UK. Gary Miller first rose to prominence with internationally renowned folk-rock band The Whisky Priests (), founded with his twin brother Glenn - “the Joe Strummer and Mick Jones of Folk Music". In , following long-term illness, he released ‘Reflections on War’, his debut solo album and first CD of all new material in 10 years and returned to.
  8. The Whisky Priests were a UK based folk rock band formed in by twin brothers Gary Miller (Lead vocalist, songwriter and guitarist) and Glenn Miller (Accordion). Their debut release was the 7" single, The Colliery () and a string of critically acclaimed singles, EPs and albums and a live video recorded in Hamburg, Germany followed.

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