Versus Cancer, the charity set up by ex-Smiths bassist Andy Rourke, celebrated a successful year last night (December 18) with a hometown christmas party.
Held at Manchester’s Moho Live, the evening saw a blend of new and established talent, DJs and comedians all help raise money for the Christies Cancer Charity.
Headlining was Starsailor‘s James Walsh, who played an acoustic set.
The set mainly featured tracks from Starsailor‘s back catalogue, as well as two new songs from the band’s forthcoming fourth album ‘All The Plans’ – the title track and ‘Tell Me It’s Not Over’.
Jamie Walsh played:
‘Four To The Floor’/’Dare’
‘All The Plans’
‘Silence Is Easy’/’All These Things That I’ve Done’
‘Good Souls/’Movin’ On Up’
‘Tell Me It’s Not Over’
‘Tie Up My Hands’
The event also saw ex-Oasis guitarist Paul ‘Bonehead’ Arthurs play with his band The Vortex.
Also on the bill were The Jessie Rose Trip, Karima Francais, The 66, Jersey Bud and Working For A Nuclear Free City.
You can wacth fan footage of the show below.