The Levenshulme Community Festival 2004

Friday 15th October to Sunday 24th October 2004
Telephone 0161 257 2484           email info@levenshulmefestival.co.uk

A celebration of Levenshulme's amenities, cultures and organisations featuring
Music, Literature, Competitions, Sport, Art, and other Events

Live Music
Pubs and Clubs
Sports and Fitness
Venues
Events for Kids
Other Events

Photographs of Events

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Friday 22nd October

Europe’s leading Rory Gallagher tribute act ‘Sinnerboy’ performed a special one off concert for the festival in the Packhorse. Fresh from their European tour the band played a fantastic set to a sold out audience who did not want the band to finish. After numerous encores everyone went home buzzing about the bands performance.

24 RockFest Showcase

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Crescendo
This young 3 piece Rock Band were a last minute replacement for ‘Jones Town Massacre’ who had just lost their singer.

The Black Dogs
This was the bands second gig at the club. Again that bluesy New York Garage sound was to the fore but this time with a nod to early Led Zeppelin.

Backdoor Beauty
This Wythenshawe band were up for a party. The lead singer with his bottle of Becks in one hand and his pint of 4X in the other was out to take no prisoners and delivered a rousing hi tempo set. Backed by a band who obviously loved to party as well

Virtuoso
A great first gig at the club and they will definitely be coming back. A little variety in the set and more interaction with their legions of fans is all the band need to work on to improve what was already a good set.

Year Zero
The band have already appeared on channel M TV and BBC GMR since their last appearance at the club in the summer. With one guitarist focusing on providing pitch perfect guitar solos and the other running amok on the lower stage it provided real entertainment.

Six String Root
Making their debut , this Rock band who verge on Metal cranked up the guitars and went for it ‘big style’ . The excitement was infectious and well deserved.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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