Sacrilege are back founder member from the 80s Bill Beadle, Neil Turnbull, Paul Macnamara and Jeff Roland.
In the early 1980’s Sacrilege played many venues such as the old Marquee in Wardour Street, London and they also played on the David Jensen show with U2 and the Stranglers on the same show. From the TV appearance followed a UK tour of smaller venues finishing with the Marquee gig.
Sacrilege always had a stage show no matter whether they were playing a pub, club or festival and fans may remember the real long dry grass they used around the stage, the cobwebs over the drum-kit, the explosions, dry ice and 4x12 cabinets with crosses and smoke pouring out of them - always a showcase.
You will be pleased to know that the band still put on the show they were renowned for.
Sacrilege ended when Bill stopped playing for about 25 years whilst raising a family but they are now back, better than ever, writing and recording
new music in the band’s very own purpose-built studio and are touring.
We all hope to see you all again on the road very soon!