After a hugely successful show in The Workmans Club on May 3rd Trouble Pilgrims are delighted to announce they have been invited back and will be playing the venue again this August.
The Trouble Pilgrims feature material from all of the Radiators from Space albums, classic cover versions as well as songs from Pete Holidai’s solo album The Devil’s Guitar in their live set.
Trouble Pilgrims are Pete Holidai, Steve Rapid and Johnny Bonnie (formerly of the Radiators From Space) with bassist Paddy Goodwin and guitarist Tony St Ledger. The band has emerged from The Radiators From Space after that band’s demise following the untimely passing of their friend and founder member Philip Chevron. Trouble Pilgrims will continue in a similar vein of high-energy, primal, spacey rock and feature songs from the Radiators four acclaimed albums as well as from Pete Holidai’s solo album The Devil’s Guitar alongside well chosen covers and new material at upcoming shows.
Under their previous guise they were the first rock band to play the revamped Croke Park when they supported U2 there. They have also graced the stages of The O2 in Dublin, Oxegen Festival, London’s Dingwalls and the Olympia Theatre amongst many other more intimate venues. They band will return to the stage soon to enliven, experiment, enthuse and entertain audiences who may be looking for some (rock ‘n’ roll) trouble on their pilgrimage to enlightenment.