When I first saw Drug Store Romeos – supporting The Orielles at The Ritz in the delusional days of early
Atlanta-born Algiers brought a taste of the seedy, gritty side of the American south to Manchester.
It seems the spectacle of Valentine’s Day for couples has been blown out of proportion in recent years, but that does not mean that just because you’re single there isn’t anything to do.
Still Corners are set to perform an intimate gig in Manchester.
The Disabled Learning Rave – set up by Alice Woods in association with Manchester People First – returns to Manchester’s YES as Under One Roof starts a new era.
England’s Euro 2012 campaign gets underway against France on Monday
Prog-rock godfather: Jethro Tull discuss playing legendary album Thick as a Brick for the first time in 40 years
Ian Anderson, the man behind Jethro Tull, chats to MM about playing legendary album Thick as a Brick in full for the first time in 40 years
One of the giants of progressive rock returned to Manchester with a swagger as a new-look Yes line-up lifted the roof at the Apollo.
Your guide to what’s on in and around Manchester this week.
MM’s resident prog-rock expert Liam Barnes speaks to Yes legend Steve Howe.