Mercury Prize Winners Elbow have curated an album as part of an exclusive artwork exhibition heading to Manchester this week – Sounds of the North, in town from September 19-30.
Yesterday is a film centred on the idea that the music of the Beatle’s never existed and is completely forgotten by everyone, all except one.
“We hope you have enjoyed the show”, musician Clinton Curtis sung to all those present at The Lowry on Friday, concluding this innovative take on one of The Beatles’ masterpieces with a homage to the timeless title track on Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.
At lot more than league position will be on the line as Manchester United and Liverpool clash in the top flight on Sunday.
Fifty years on from the release of her record Something Here in My Heart – re-released last week to coincide with Valentine’s Day – MM caught up with Susie Mathis, the lead singer of Britain’s
Backstage with The Beatles: Page signed by all four before Manchester Apollo gig in 1964 and fan letter listed on eBay
One piece of paper signed by all four Beatles before their 1964 gig at Manchester Apollo and a fan letter addressed to George are on sale on eBay for £6,000.
MM’s top five… Rock bands with musical careers spanning more 50 years.
Five historic theatres in listed buildings across Greater Manchester have been named as ‘at risk’ by the Theatres Trust.
Manchester ensemble X England Managers are looking to score with Brazil or Bust ahead of the 2014 tournament which kicks off next week.
British Pathé has unearthed some Manchester gems from the past by releasing its archive of over 85,000 historical films available to watch on YouTube.
Manchester grunge fans were treated to Therapy? and their 1994 album Troublegum at Academy 2.