According to the Manchester Evening News, London firm 3DTwin are behind the new project, which could feature memorabilia from some of the city’s most celebrated acts, as well a live venue, restaurant and screening rooms.
“Manchester has always punched above its weight musically and it’s high time this was celebrated in a way that will act as an inspiration to the next generation of artists,” said Noel.
As well as Gallagher’s previous band, other seminal Manchester acts such as The Smiths and The Stone Roses are expected to feature, along side the likes of The Bee Gees, New Order and Take That.
3DTwin founder Richard Abbot has said the company is currently searching for a suitable venue in Manchester, and hopes to have the Hall of Fame opened by 2013.Just Published:
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