Discovered by the producer of U2 and loved by the female audience
QPD ARE ON “SOFIA LIVE CLUB” STAGE ON 8TH OF MAY.
The freshest and most popular Australian band QPD will surprise their fans with attractive performance at “Sofia Live Club” on the 8th May. Discovered by the producer of U2 and INXS Peter Blyton, QPD have already managed to impress the fans, especially the female audience. Kyle Pearce (vocals/guitar) and Miles Baulch (guitar) are living in Sofia for the last two montch while touring the country as a part of the warm-up initiative for the incoming SOFIA INTRO!FESTIVAL.
The guys are accompanied by Simeon Chakarov (bass guitar) and Kiril Iliev (drums ) who will be guest musicians during QPD’s club tour. Besides spending time in the studio, the Australians are getting to know our country and customs a bit better. So far the guys were in clubs 3 Ushi, Swingin‘ Hall and etc and have managed to enchant the female audience with romantic lyrics and attractive stage appearance and their fanbase is growing rapidly.
On 8th May the two charming QPD guys will meet their fans and will perform on SOFIA INTRO!FESTIVAL in the autumn at their full capacity.
QPD is the hottest band to come from Australia in a long time. QPD are a rock pop duo that blends acoustic and pop sensibilities to give everybody something to relate to. They draw their inspiration from the likes of Matchbox 20, Keith Urban, John Mayer and classic Australian acts such as Cold Chisel. It was the strength of QPD’s original music that caught the attention of legendary Australian music producer Peter Blyton (Keith Urban, The Choirboys) at a band competition on Sydney’s Northern Beaches.
QPD have spent the last 5 years performing hundreds of shows in Sydney‘s biggest and most popular venues as well as touring across the country. Some of the venues the band was performing in are The Basement, The Sando, the Narrabeen Sands.
In addition to playing their own shows, QPD have supported some of Australia‘s biggest acts as The Angels, Rick Price, Mi-Sex, Jack Jones (Southern Sons), Steve Balbi (Noise works).