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Squeeze

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Squeeze Biography

Squeeze Biography

The band known as Squeeze came together in 1974, when Glenn Tilbrook and Chris Difford (both vocals, guitar) joined up Paul Gunn and Jools Holland (drums and keyboards.) Squeeze initially existed by a number of different names, including Skyco and Captain Trundlow’s Sky Company, but Squeeze is the name that stuck, a semi-tribute to the album of the same name by the Velvet Underground. Shortly after beginning, Paul Gunn left the band and was replaced by Gilson Lavis, and Harry Kakoulli came on board to play bass.

Squeeze began by playing the local London music scene. Their debut album, Packet of Three, was released in 1977, and they enjoyed success throughout the decade following. The album Cool for Cats came in 1979, with the title track rising to the top of the charts, and Argybargy followed in 1980, an equally successful album. Squeeze found themselves playing to large crowds throughout the 1980’s, often headlining venues such as New York City’s Madison Square Garden.

In 1980, Jools Holland left the band and was replaced by Paul Carrack. The following year, Squeeze released East Side Story, which would go on to become their most iconic album.  Carrack left after the album’s release, and was replaced by Don Snow, and the new lineup of Squeeze recorded Sweets from a Stranger, released in 1982.  In 1998, Squeeze released their final album, Domino, and disbanded shortly after.

Difford and Tilbrook continued recording and performing in the new millennium, both taking on extensive international tours. They announced in 2010 that they would once again begin writing songs for a future Squeeze album, with a new lineup, and Spot the Difference was released to coincide with a tour during the summer.  Squeeze continued the tour into the next two years, and in 2012 they released Live at the Fillmore.

Squeeze continues to write, record, perform, and tour together. In 2015, after nearly two decades of no new material, the band released the album Cradle to the Grave. The album The Knowledge followed in 2017, followed by an extensive North American and Australian tour which will have the band performing will into 2018. 


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