Summer Outside Gigs
We have some fantastic outside performances this summer. We are delighted to be back at Party In The Carpark at The Staplyton Arms in Eston on Saturday 30th June. We played there for ten years and can't wait to do another one. We are also playing at the beautiful Lordstones on the Moors on 6th July. This is a ticket event and is always a very popular gig. We are playing Guisgorough Forest Festival on 9th September which will be a perfect way to close the summer. We played it last year and it was fantastic. Pop along and say hello if you come to any of these gigs.
Keyboard Player David Mackin's Solo Album
Our Keyboard Player David Mackin has released a solo album on Black Cloud Records featuring songs he wrote with Ian back in the 1980's. Featuring some of the members of the band, this lost classic has finally seen the light of day and is available on iTunes and Dave's own website. It can also be streamed from Spotify and Apple Music. Click on the link below.
We loved our return to The Picturedrome in Holmfirth for Band and Beer 2. You can find more photos of this amazing event on our Facebook page. Thanks for having us Holmfirth.
Who Are The Beer Pigs?
The Beer Pigs are a 5 piece band from Middlesbrough who have played together in various forms for 30 years. They perform the greatest songs from the many eras that have excited audiences since Rock'n'Roll began. If you want a band to really bring your venue or party to life then The Beer Pigs are the band for you. We cover all the major bands from The Beatles to Madness to Coldplay
You can explore a lot more of our music and photos from our social media links above. We look forward to seeing you at one of our future gigs. A quick guide to where we are playing is on the side panel of this page and a more extensive list is on the Gig Page.
New YouTube Video Channel
We have just launched a new Youtube Video channel where we can show some of our videos from gigs etc. We have just found some rare footage of our performances at Middlesbrough Live in the early 2000's. It is a rare treat to see us in action from those days and what an amazing crowd! The second section of the video is from The Normanby around the same time. Check out the lean mean Diamond Dez!