The Courteeners sell out Heaton Park in under an hour.

Middleton band The Courteeners earlier this week announced a homecoming gig for the first week in June next year at Manchester’s Heaton Park. Following in the footsteps of The Stone Roses, who were the last band to play there back in 2012, the band sold out all 20,000 tickets in under an hour, both ticketing…

Live Review – The Courteeners (Liverpool Echo Arena 21/11/14)

Firstly, I want to start this by saying that this band have effectively soundtracked my life for the past 8 or so years, and they’ve given me some of the best nights I’ve had. With a heavy heart I have to say Friday night wasn’t one of those, and that actually really hurts to say….

Live Review – The Heartbreaks (East Village Arts Club, Liverpool 08/11/14)

Unique Morecambe band The Heartbreaks played an admittedly long overdue gig in Liverpool last night. They were supported by local bands The Havocs and Polar States – both which were a sample of the quality of emerging talent in amongst Liverpool’s thriving music scene. Beginning with the melodic ‘Paint The Town Beige’ from their latest album, We…

Wayne Rooney Retires and Embarks on Music Career

Well… not quite, but the former Everton and now Manchester United striker did chance his arm in a duet with Ed Sheeran in The Sir Ralph Abercromby pub in Manchester on Saturday night. Sitting nervously in the corner of the pub, Rooney accompanied the 23 year old solo artist with a rendition of “Lego House.”…