Guy Garvey

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'''Guy Garvey''' (born 6 March 1974, in Lancashire, UK), is the singer / guitarist to Manchester-based band '''Elbow''', as well as presenting for BBC 6 Music and managing '''Skinny Dog Records'''.  
'''Guy Garvey''' (born 6 March 1974, in Lancashire, UK), is the singer / guitarist to Manchester-based band '''Elbow''', as well as presenting for BBC 6 Music and managing '''Skinny Dog Records'''.  
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In addition, Garvey had a monthly column in the now defunct Manchester edition of 'Time Out' magazine and is a patron of [http://www.maginternational.org/ MAG] (the Mines Advisory Group), the Manchester base charity responsible for clearing war zones of mines and munitions world wide.  
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In addition, Garvey had a monthly column in the now defunct Manchester edition of 'Time Out' magazine and is a patron of [http://www.maginternational.org/ MAG] (the Mines Advisory Group), the Manchester-based charity responsible for clearing war zones of mines and munitions world wide.  
Guy Garvey features on '''Bulletproof Love''' from the '''[[Splitting The Atom EP]]'''.
Guy Garvey features on '''Bulletproof Love''' from the '''[[Splitting The Atom EP]]'''.

Current revision as of 21:08, 12 October 2009

Guy Garvey in Massive Attack's studio, 2009


Guy Garvey (born 6 March 1974, in Lancashire, UK), is the singer / guitarist to Manchester-based band Elbow, as well as presenting for BBC 6 Music and managing Skinny Dog Records.

In addition, Garvey had a monthly column in the now defunct Manchester edition of 'Time Out' magazine and is a patron of MAG (the Mines Advisory Group), the Manchester-based charity responsible for clearing war zones of mines and munitions world wide.

Guy Garvey features on Bulletproof Love from the Splitting The Atom EP.