July 10, 2012 8:20

Primal Scream, The View, The Courteeners pay tribute to Stone Roses fan Chris Brahney

The 22-year old's body was recovered yesterday (July 9) from Manchester's Ship Canal

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Primal Scream, The Courteeners' Liam Fray and The View are among those who have paid tribute to Chris Brahney, who was found dead yesterday (July 9).

Brahney, who was 22 years old, went missing after the first of The Stone Roses' shows at Heaton Park on June 29 and was not seen again. His body was recovered yesterday by police from Manchester's Ship Canal.

Tributes have been plentiful, with Primal Scream, who supported The Stone Roses that night, among those to offer one. They wrote: "RIP Chris Brahney".

The Courteeners frontman Liam Fray joined them in paying tribute to the 22-year old, he wrote: "So sad about Chris Brahney. The Courteeners send their love to his family and all of his friends."

He was joined in paying tribute by The View, who dedicated their show in Manchester last night to Brahney, they wrote: "The View dedicate their Manchester gig to 22 yr old Chris Brahney who was found dead in a Mcr canal 2day. RIP."

As well as this, Liam Gallagher offered his condolences, writing: "My thoughts are with Christopher Brahney’s family and friends."

Inspiral Carpets man Clint Boon also paid tribute, writing: "Police have just confirmed that the body found in Salford Quays earlier today was that of Chris Brahney. So sad for him and his family."

Reverend And The Makers also joined the tributes, writing: "R8 upset me about Chris Brahney. So sad innit. RIP pal." The Charlatans' Tim Burgess felt the same, simply writing: "So sad about Chris Brahney".

A post mortem on Brahney's body will take place today (July 10).

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