Just as it says in the Question - Why Wire Daisies?
I have been a Queen Collector for longer than I care to remember.
I have bought Queen/Solo/Collaborations. I have bought tracks because they have been especially written by "Queen" (Anita Dobson and Minako Honda Spring to mind), produced by "Queen" (Anyone remember Sigue Sigue Sputnik) and hell - I have even moved into Cover versions simply because they are covers of Queen (will I ever recover from Queen Mania?)
Now; I am spammed by Queen Productions enticing me to spend even more of my money on one of Jim Beech's newer artistes - "Wire Daisies" - but why?
WTF has any of this to do with Queen - and what is the connection?
In case I am missing something - does Brian appear as a guest session musician? Did Roger write, produce or mix the project in any way? Did they cover a Queen/solo track as some b-track? Was there EVER any connection?
(And while we are at it - why Catherine Porter?)
Other than coming from the Jim Beech stable - can someone please give me a single reason I should buy stuff from the "Wire Daisies"?
From Queen Online: http://www.queenonline.com/index2.php?section=1&article=1469087
WIRE DAISIES NEW SINGLE
'Everyman' is the latest single by the Wire Daisies and is out now!
This has proved the most popular release by the band so far receiving multiple plays on Radio 2 and Capital ('Everyman' was played after Queen's 'These Are the Days Of Our Lives' and were billed as Roger Taylor's proteges!), as well as being playlisted on stations all around the UK.
If you have iTunes installed on your PC you can download the Everyman radio edit now for just 79p!
If you don't have iTunes, then for 99p you can download the single PLUS a bonus track 'Leave Me Falling' by clicking this link: www.7digital.com/downloads/wire3
The Wire Daisies have been confirmed as support for selected dates on the Mel C, tour and have also just signed to EMI Records throughout Europe.
"Listen to them. Children of the night. What music they make."