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The band appearing at FC United’s pre-match tertulia Course You Can Malcolm on Saturday, go by the name of Sam Smith and Company. Here is an interview with Sam himself…
As a thanks to all the regulars, visitors, punters, volunteers and acts who have supported Malcomses this season ALL FOOD WILL BE FREE on Saturday. We also have a great band for you called Sam Smith and Company, who will be playing for the traditional 22 minutes at about 2.22pm.
In celebration of Youth United Day, Course You Can Malcolm will host traditional children’s party games, with some ace prizes up for grabs, while we welcome musical turn the Class Actions.
Salford Rap collective, Class Actions have released a compilation free download entitled ‘RIP up the Sun, R.I.P. the victims’, in order to raise awareness of the Hillsborough disaster of April 1989, and the subsequent campaign for justice.
Bernard Kelly, of ‘Gordon is a moron’ fame is set to play FC United’s pre-match event Course You Can Malcolm on Easter Monday.
Here is the story of Jilted John and Bernard’s involvement in the …
An unassuming room tucked away in the top right corner of the MRE is the place to be once again before Bank Holiday Monday’s crucial game against Stocksbridge Park Steels. If you pass the unflinching …
Josephine Oniyama, a favourite of FC United supporters after she graced the fans’ pre-match tertulia Course You Can Malcolm a couple of seasons back, is set to undertake her first headlining tour.
Putting your fat balls out for the birds is a seasonal necessity……..
The name is shite, the street it is on is shite, the décor is shite, the plastic chairs are shite, the plastic plates are shite, the entrance is shite, the atmosphere is shite……..
Jazz and folk musician Terry Callier has died at the age of 67.
The Chicago-born singer-songwriter was found dead at his home in America on Sunday after suffering a long illness, according to reports.
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Cheetham Hill’s lovely Josephine Oniyama is doing alright. She performed at FC United’s Course You Can Malcolm event last season and is on Later with Jools Holland this week.
Interesting stuff going on in Russia at the moment, with all-girl Punk band Pussy Riot standing trial for playing what the state seems to agree was a blasphemous gig in a church. They’ve been kept …
@CityLifeMegaManc: Everyone in manc is dressed like proper mancs and I am so proud to be a manc and have the biggest manc band of all time playing in my manc town of Prestwich. Spot the non-manc in town #mancforit
A good friend of mine, who some would describe as ‘workshy’, wrote a lovely article a while ago about the importance of time. He described how time is more valuable than money…
Solomon Linda, a working class man with enormous talent, died in poverty, while the obscenely rich made themselves even more obscenely rich off the back of his labour.
The song itself is one of liberation and freedom.
Those existing in money, know nothing of the love and wonder that exist without it and among people so much richer in thought and feeling, and the warmth that only one who lives for nothing but goodness, can experience.
The Roses output was a perfect soundtrack to those times and that is where it should be left. It was disappointing yet inevitable then that they announced their reunion last year, and I will be avoiding the concerts at Heaton Park like the plague.
This Saturday in Malcolmses we welcome The Last Party. Described by Clint Boon as ‘The bastard child of The Stooges and The Supremes’ they’ll do for us. We’ve been trying to get them on for a while now so we’re dead happy they’re playing for us.
A quick search on google for the name of Saturday’s turn ‘The Montoyas’, brings up the TV show High Chaparral, a couple of naked models, a porn star and a Columbian racing driver. Don’t get your hopes/heckles up – none of these shall be appearing at Course You Can Malcolm any time soon.
A crowded room full of FC United fans waiting for a match on a Saturday afternoon can’t particularly be an easy crowd to please. By Lottie Buckley
‘The Slow Readers Club’ are another wonderful musical gift Manchester has freely given to the world. We grabbed them in a non-threatening, non-physical sort of way after their set before FC United’s recent home game to discuss the red hot burning issues of the day.