Shaun Ryder to play career-spanning gig at one-off Manchester Easter gig

Happy Mondays, Black Grape and new solo songs set to feature in gig

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Shaun Ryder has announced details of a one off gig in Manchester featuring tracks spanning his career this Easter.

Ryder is expected to debut new material alongside tracks by Black Grape and Happy Mondays at the gig, which takes place at the city’s FAC 251 venue on Bank Holiday Sunday (April 4). He will be backed by a new live band for the gig.

Tickets for the gig go on sale at noon this Friday (March 19). See Factorymanchester.com for more information.

Meanwhile, Ryder is also due to play his first gig with Black Grape since 1997 on the Easter weekend in London.

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