Successful TV chef and full-time Northern Soul aficionado Stacie Stewart is the jewel in the crown of Cord Bar’s re-opening celebrations on Sunday 15 July.
The bar, on Dorsey Street, Northern Quarter, has just undergone an extensive revamp and is the venue for a Mod alldayer organised by promoters, The Rock & Roll Lounge.
Stacie is one of several DJs playing throughout the day that will be playing Mod, R’n’B, Ska, Britpop, Freakbeat and plenty of Northern Soul from 2pm until late. Admission is FREE.
“The Mod scene is as strong as ever in Manchester and has now moved onto social network sites such as Twitter”, said Jim McGuinn, one of the organisers. “We’ve made some great friends on Twitter and in fact, we’ve used Twitter to book the DJs, organise and promote this event.”
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Full line up for the day:
Natalie, from Manchester, is our youngest DJ at only 21 and hosts a very popular internet radio show called “#SubCultured”. Expect to hear Britpop, soul, freakbeat and lots more…
Double Hip Club DJs
The boys are travelling from Leeds where they run a very popular all vinyl beat and garage night.
Rock & Roll Lounge DJs
Thursday night residents at The Frog & Parrot, Sheffield (and no strangers to Manchester) playing mod, northern soul, ska, groovy hammond, eclectic cover versions and anything else that fits the bill!
Former Masterchef contestant, TV cook, owner of the Beehive Bakery in Sunderland and full-time mod. Stacie will be playing an all vinyl Northern Soul set which is sure to fill the dancefloor! Her DJ sets are in high demand and this is the first time she’s played in Manchester.
Full bio can be found at staciestewart.co.uk/me-and-media/