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PARTINGTON ROCK AGAINST RACISM
BAND : THE CURBS

Pete Taylor & Militant Frank organised a Partington R.A.R. gig in their own town
The very next day, 10th February 1979, The Curbs had great pleasure supporting another Manchester punk band, Joy Division at the Bolton Institute of Technology

14.12.1978 : Picture of the Manchester R.A.R. team at Kelly's, Manchester
Including, Militant Frank Manley (far left) & Alan 'Stoney' Stoneure (far right)

The Curbs were a R.A.R. band based in Knott Mill
TJ Davidson's (Rehearsal and Recording Studio)
35, Little Peter Street, Knott Mill, Manchester M15
Pete Taylor - Vocals & Bass Guitar (Partington)
Mike Cross - Lead Guitar (Oldham)
Stuart Cross - Drums (Oldham)
Phil Painter - Roadie and Driver (Partington)
Dawn was Stuart's girlfriend (London)
Artefact added : 22nd September 2019
by curbsfan
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