THE SECOND FLOOR
Liam Frost made his live debut at 15 years of age. After a few years singing in punk rock bands, and went solo in 2003, aged 20. Frost is described by Guy Garvey (Elbow) as “the UK’s answer to Bright Eyes” His songs are heavily focused on the death, ten years apart, of his father and brother and the impact these events had on his life and the lives of those around him. Frost signed a record deal with Lavolta Records, a subsidiary of Sony BMG, in 2005. For some artists, three years dominated by broken hearts, the spectre of bereavement and wrangles with their record company would be the perfect excuse to churn out a set of self-pitying songs. But Liam Frost has synthesised his experiences into We Ain’t Got No Money, Honey, But We Got Rain, a brilliantly soulful pop record that mixes sweet melodies with tantalisingly dark undertones.
HUNGRY PIGEON – The Northern Quarter Festival – May 28th-30th 2010ATHLETE*REVEREND SOUNDSYSTEMLIAM FROSTTHE LONGCUTTHE TRAVELLING BANDKID BRITISHLOWLINEMISTY’S BIG ADVENTURETHE JESSIE ROSE TRIPKIRSTY ALMEIDATO THE BONESCLINT BOONloads more!*Guaranteed entry to Athlete @ Piccadilly Garden with a Sat or Weekend wristband / entry without wristband subject to capacity
Day wristbands for all 20 venues £12 / weekend band £25 from www.ticketline.co.uk.
Following a hugely successful inaugural year in 2009 which saw 15,000 revellers attend throughout the Bank Holiday Weekend, Hungry Pigeon is back on the 2nd May Bank Holiday, 28th-30th May 2010, with a stunning line-up including ATHLETE, REVEREND SOUNDSYSTEM, LIAM FROST, THE LONGCUT, KARIMA FRANCIS, LOWLINE, MISTY’S BIG ADVENTURE and loads more! Spread across 20 venues in the Northern Quarter, and featuring a 5,000 capacity open air stage in Piccadilly Gardens, HUNGRY PIGEON is by far Manchester’s biggest and fastest-growing city centre festival!
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