Charlie Boon’s parties have seen the likes of Franz Ferdinand, Maximo Park and The Enemy perform live. More recently they’ve featured Cabbage, Ryan Jarvis, Gideon Conn and Prose.
After a ‘horrific’ hospital birth with their first son Oscar, Inspiral Carpet’s keys player Clint Boon and his wife ditched the clinical wards for the comfort of their cosy Stockport home.
The sound of legendary Manchester band The Stone Roses is all set for Rochdale on Saturday night, with tribute set to be paid to both them and the city’s other music gods.
After signing a major record deal with Virgin EMI, the self-confessed working class Stockport five-piece are now in the process of recording their debut album.
Sitting on the judging panel for the Manchester Pale Ale Refreshing Sounds competition, Clint is part of a nationwide search to find the best new, unsigned music acts.
A classical makeover for some of Manchester’s finest music as the Hallé Orchestra conduct a celebratory concert for the Radisson Blu Edwardian hotel’s 10th anniversary
‘Our finest moment’: Inspiral Carpets join forces with poet and punk muse John Cooper Clarke for upcoming album
The band have been busy recording and mixing their first studio album in 20 years with original vocalist Stephen Holt.
UK fails to deliver basic human rights, claims former Inspiral Carpets singer ahead of Manchester charity gig
Tom Hingley plays at the Ruby Lounge next month
What if Morrissey hadn’t met Marr? Tony Fletcher and Tom Hingley chat The Smiths and Inspiral Carpets
Fletcher joins Tom Hingley at book reading.
Bishop of Manchester describes ‘devastating blow’ for female clergy bid – as petition falls only six votes short
The Church of England vote fell just short of 138 votes needed for change.
In conversation: Manchester’s music scene explored by ex-Inspiral Carpets frontman and The Smiths biographer
Tony Fletcher and Tom Hingley to appear at Waterstones.