Above: You know it's almost Christmas time when Noddy comes a knockin. Noddy Holder (Slade) & John Roadhouse Jrn. (Santa) - November 2010.
Above: Two English saxophonist legends: Sir Johnny Dankworth (husband of Dame Cleo Laine) and the man himself Johnny Roadhouse Snr. in the Woodwind Workshop at the top of our store.
Above: Lea Mullen (Percussionist for Happy Mondays, George Michael and many more) and the one and only Al Murray (funny guy and drummer) hanging out in our drum department
Above: Finley Quaye one of our regular shoppers over the years, popping in for a quick chat.
Above: Thijs van Leer founder of Focus, popping in for an emergency repair on a flute before a gig.
Above: Bez (One of the very few Mancunian to make a living out of playing the maracas) and John Roadhouse Jnr. at the counter.
Above: Bob Hope American legendary comedian and actor with Johnny Roadhouse Snr. backstage after play a gig together.
Above: John Roadhouse Jnr. and Bonehead (Oasis guitarist) checking out Bonehead’s guitars for sale in our shop window.
Above: Manchester’s Clint Boon (Inspiral Carpets,
Above: Danny (guitar Dept. manger) with Vini Reilly (Durutti Column).
Above: Dave Hassell (One of England’s top drum tutors), Maxton G Beesley (drummer, percussionist and actor) and Lea Mullen (Percussionist) have a laugh in the drum department.
Above: Will Calhoun and Doug Wimbish (Living Colour and much, much more) stocking up before a gig.
Above: John Jorgenson (Jazz guitar legend and multi talented musician) looking over our Hobgoblin folk store.
Above: Manchester royalty Graham Massey (808 state) popping in for a chat with John Roadhouse Jnr.
Above: Some of the Roadhouse Clan with the one and only John Henshaw (actor).
Above: Jimmy cricket (comedian/musician) having a joke with Johnny Roadhouse Snr.
Above: John Roadhouse Jnr. and Steve Washington (drummer for Take That, Texas and Whitney Houston).
Above: John Roadhouse Jrn. and Tom Hingley (Inspiral Carpets) discussing the ins and outs of music.
Above: John Robb (Gold Blade/journalist) being interviewed in the shop.
Above: Ken (folk department manager) with Mickey Raphael (harmonica play for Willie Nelson) who popped into our folk department while on tour in June 2010.
Above: Peter Schmichael Ex Goal Keeper for Man U rocking out!
Above: Johnny Roadhouse Snr. talking to Richard Flieschman from Corrie Street.
Above Left: Wags (Happy Mondays and Black Above Right: Mike Joyce (The Smith) and
Above Left: Johnny Marr (The Smiths) Above Right: Jah Wobble (Public
Above Left: Dave Browning (trumpeter on the Above Right: Mike Peter (The Alarm)
Above: Sir Paul McCartney on the BBC Radio One Mark & Lard show.