Slade Having Trouble Finding A New Singer

(Classic Rock) Slade are struggling to find a replacement for outgoing frontman Mal McNulty, they've admitted. He wants to bow out because he doesn't feel able to deliver the kind of performance the glam rock icons need.

And since there's no chance of persuading Noddy Holder to return to the mic, guitarist Dave Hill and drummer Don Powell have been engaged in a series of auditions with other singers.

"It's the hardest job in the world to fill because Noddy was such an incredible singer," Powell tells the Birmingham Mail. They'd tried to secure the services of Almost Slayed tribute vocalist Danny Devil, who's regarded as a "carbon copy" of Holder, but it hasn't worked out because he's based in Australia.

"On paper it sounds great," says Powell, "but his partner is in the band and he's in Australia. in reality it's a bit silly. It may have caused too many problems." more on this story

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