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'''.  
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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'''.  
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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 base 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]]'''.

Revision as of 21:07, 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 base charity responsible for clearing war zones of mines and munitions world wide.

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