A night at the Manchester Club that began twelve years ago is to host a special night for pop fans to listen to the Girls Alwood album track one night. Sarah Harding.
Since 2009, Pop Curiosity has been a haven for pop fans who want to hear songs that are not often played in bars and clubs.
When the organizer Christopher Dresden style. Heard of the passage As for Sarah Harding, the loudest member of the girls’ group on Sunday morning, she knew she had to do something to celebrate the star’s influence.
“The girls came out loud in 2002 and most of the places were just playing singles dance mixes and when they were great, these were singles where there was really magic for me,” Chris told the men.
“I wanted to start a club night where I could play album tracks and singles by pop artists that you haven’t really heard of anywhere else.
“I wanted to hear girls like Kylie and Madonna out loud, which is why the night really started in the first place.
“So, Pope Curios has a lot to say to the girls out loud.”
Over the years, Club Night has been held like the Ruby Lounge and ATMA, and has even attended events in London and Scotland.
This Friday (September 10), Pope Curios will host ‘Walking Primroses: A Sarah Harding and Girls’ Wood Disco’ at AATMA, with proceeds going to Cancer Research UK and Christie’s where she received her treatment.
The event promises to highlight Sarah’s best moments with the girls and will see pop fans gather to celebrate the influential band.
“Obviously, we knew Sarah was sick and everyone was hoping for the best, but unfortunately that didn’t happen.
“It’s the best tribute I can think of and I can give it back to the band.
“It’s going to be a party for Sarah and the girls. There will be some songs, face masks and song posters around for people to enjoy.
“One of Sarah’s last posts was about donating money to people. Christie, So we realized it was very important.
“The band has made a huge impact on my career and has helped me host various club nights, so I think it’s appropriate that we can make an impact on some of the major charities while also dancing. Can. “
Following the Manchester event, two more tribute nights are planned for Glasgow and London.
Talking about the impact that loud girls have on pop fans – to this day – the DJ says he thinks it’s all about how he got started as a band. What
Chris explained, “I think the reason is that they were made on pop stars: competitors, they weren’t selected by any record company, they were selected by us – the public – so it felt like They’re pretty much our band. “
“And it helped that their music was really, really good. Their first song, Sound of the Underground, was the first international number one Christmas single with a band with their first single, and it still stands today. , You can run it now and it will still work.
“His music, in general, has survived that long and he loves his fans. His music has been a soundtrack to a lot of people’s lives.
“The quality was always great, it never really went down, and I think that’s why people are still so passionate about the band and Sarah.”
Walking Primroses: A Sarah Hardinge and Girlswood Disco will be at the ATM on Friday. Tickets here..