The last of Quo's guest slots with ZZ Top saw the band playing in a stunning outdoor arena in Nīmes, France. The following photos were posted to Leon's Facebook, taken by driver Roy Pattle and Benny Calvert respectively.
Quo made a rare excursion into Liechtenstein for a gig on 6th July and some professional photos can be found on the official FL1 Life Festival website here.Revisit the July 2019 event list
The first public airing of material from the "Backbone" album took place on 8th July, with Ken Bruce playing "Liberty Lane" on his popular morning show on BBC Radio 2. The official clip of the song also appeared on YouTube.Revisit the July 2019 event list
An article suggesting that Francis will join the 2019 edition of the "I'm A Celebrity" TV show appeared in the UK's Daily Star newspaper on 11th July. The article, transcribed below, was titled "Status Quo legend Francis Rossi lined up for Im a Celebrity" and was written by Paul Jeeves.
Im A Celeb chiefs are eager to repeat the success of last years winner Harry Redknapp.A show source said: Francis would be the perfect successorto Harry.
They are both Londoners with a gift of the gab and a wealth of brilliant anecdotes to tell.
The source added: Francis has worked alongside all the greats and would win over a whole new generation of fans.
Quo are preparing to release their first new album since the death of guitarist Rick Parfitt.
But fans have been left puzzled as to why theres no news of an accompanying tour.
The Down Down band traditionally tour the UK in November and December but no dates have yet been announced.
Thats because Rossi, 70, has been in talks with Im A Celeb bosses.Revisit the July 2019 event list
The first play of the debut single - and title track - from the "Backbone" album went to Planet Rock Radio, with Paul Antony giving the song a great intro (and he also gave a shout out to my tweet sent while the new song was played). The official video for the song was also posted onto YouTube on the same day.Revisit the July 2019 event list
Quo played a big outdoor gig in Switzerland on 13th July, with Gotthard & Krokus. The 15,000-strong crowd gave Quo a great reception and Leon Cave posted this great photo on his Instagram account (taken by Benny Calvert).
A short interview conducted at the festival swith both Richie and Francis, thanks to top Quo fan and collector Phillipe Duponteil, can be found here.Revisit the July 2019 event list
John Eden released a fascinating video of his work on remixing the track "Baby Boy" from the "Rockin' All Over The World" album on 15th July.
Richie Malone shared an awesome two-minute clip from the soundcheck before this show on Facebook here.Revisit the July 2019 event list