The Angels Name a New Frontman and Confirm Dave Gleeson's Final Tour Dates

The Angels have announced that frontman Dave Gleeson would leave the band to focus on his radio career and his other project, The Screaming Jets.

The band says they are still "the best of friends," and Dave will "always be a much-loved part of The Angels family.""We are so grateful to Dave for everything he's done for the band,"

Rick Brewster remarked. "He's been our frontman for 12 years, and we've shared hundreds of great gigs and good times together."

And now that he has upped his commitments, we completely understand his desire to move on."Gleeson joined the band in 2011, and he would go on to record many albums with them,

 including the critically acclaimed Take It To The Streets in 2012."It's been an honor and a blast to sing for The Angels," Gleeson says. 

"Being a part of such a legendary legacy will always rank among my greatest accomplishments." Making music with John, Rick, 

and the late Chris Bailey has been nothing short of amazing."My heartfelt gratitude to the fans for welcoming me into the fold over the last dozen or so years

With The Screaming Jets about to release their new album and my national Triple M commitments, it's time to move on. John, Rick, Sam, and Nick will have a particular place in my rock 'n' roll history. 

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