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Sounds of Sefton led to an exhibition and celebration at Crosby Library.

With the music room packed with memorabilia borrowed from Sefton bands past and present, and original photographs and prints, there was plenty to explore.

The launch saw Sefton musicians Laro, Mary Henessey, Ciaran Delaney and Trial By Geneva performing their original music whilst up in the lecture room Scrapyard Rock Choir and Bootle Guitar Club raised the roof playing a set of music with Sefton connections. They were even joined on stage by a special guest; Fran from the mighty Red Rum Club.

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Sounds of Sefton led to an exhibition and celebration at Crosby Library.

With the music room packed with memorabilia borrowed from Sefton bands past and present, and original photographs and prints, there was plenty to explore.

The launch saw Sefton musicians Laro, Mary Henessey, Ciaran Delaney and Trial By Geneva performing their original music whilst up in the lecture room Scrapyard Rock Choir, Bootle Guitar Club and the L20 Hub's Resonate Youth Choir raised the roof playing a set of music with Sefton connections. They were even joined on stage by a special guest; Fran from the mighty Red Rum Club.

Sefton's brilliant musical heritage is so often overlooked, so it was great to explore, document and celebrate it during Sounds Of Sefton. We've had lots of feedback suggesting this project should have a Part Two. We'll keep you posted!

Massive thanks to everyone who made this project such a success, including, At The Library, The L20 Hub, Rule Of Threes, Sefton Libraries, and our funders Sefton CVS.

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