The Manchester music revival is in full swing and a Morecambe man is right at its centre...alongside The Stone Roses and Terry Christian.
Sean Crossey is carving out a name for himself as an events promoter, manager and DJ on the Manchester music scene and his latest project sees city legends join together.
Sean’s company Nine 53 will promote the official launch party for rock ‘n’ roll photographer Ian Tilton, whose new book ‘Set in Stone’ shows never- before-seen images of The Roses.
Christian, former presenter of Channel 4 cult series The Word, will interview Tilton on the night.
Drunken Munks, a hip-hop/punk band managed by Sean, will also play live, as will hot new band the Deadbeat Echoes and Sean himself will DJ.
Sean’s fellow ex-Morecambe High pupil Adie Walker is lead guitarist with the Drunken Munks, who will release new single ‘Miracles’ on April 29.
Tickets for the event at Gorilla on Whitworth Street, Manchester on Saturday, April 13 at 7pm, cost £8 and are available in advance from Gorilla or at http://www.ticketline.co.uk/set-in-stone-book-launch#bio.