The Alarm are offered a support slot with Tom Petty, but IRS refuses to pay for it. Change did not sell as well as expected, and IRS did not want to send the band on another huge tour. It would be their last, best chance to reach a wider audience.
6/18/1988: The Alarm, Alpine Valley, East Troy Summary The Alarm appeared as opening act to Bob Dylan.Press Release Set List Band Comments Fan Comments
�We�re going to rock Missoula, aren�t we?� The Alarm 2000 hits the Ritz this Tuesday. The Alarm is still the hardest-working band in Britain Say what you will about aging frontmen and the occasional overstayed welcome, but so far no one can touch Mike Peters of the Alarm for his work ethic. To celebrate the UK release of The Alarm 2000 Collection, a remastered nine-CD set containing the band�s complete [read more]
11/22/1986: The Alarm, Radio Wales session (Mike & Eddie acoustic) Summary Mike & Eddie acoustic in aid of “Children In Need”. A very early version of “A New South Wales” and a very rare late version of “Unsafe Building”.Press Release Set List Bells of Rhymney A New South Wales Unsafe Building Spirit of ’76 Blaze of Glory 68 Guns Marching On The StandBand Comments Fan Comments