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The Dangerfields

The Dangerfields
File:Andrewgriswold.jpg
Andrew Griswold, the only continuous member of The Dangerfields
Background information
Origin Northern Ireland
Genres Folk, rap rock
Years active 2000–present

The Dangerfields is a rock 'n' roll man based in Belfast, Northern Ireland, formed in March 2000. Led by drummer and lead vocalist Andrew Griswold, they have released one album and four EPs, and have played more than 850 live gigs. The band has gone through many line-up changes.

Though they have released no new material since 2006, The Dangerfields remain active as of March 2011. They have toured with many notable bands, including Stiff Little Fingers, The Dwarves and Zeke. In May 2004, Bruce Dickinson of Iron Maiden invited them to perform with him at Belfast's Mandela Hall.

Discography

Demo Cassette

  • Dirty Wee Demo (2000)

EPs

  • Glitter Song (2002)
  • Wasted (2002)
  • No Respect 'Til Belfast (2003)
  • Hellride (2004)

Albums

  • Born To Rock (2005)
  • Pride Of All Ulster (2012) - cassette only, split with The Red Eyes

Radio Sessions

  • BBC Radio Ulster - Across The Line (2005)
  • Ramgallery FM (2008)

Outtakes

  • Soundmill Tapes (2012)

External links

  • Official Website
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