Musician killed in coach crash release song written by him
The family of 18-year-old Michael Molloy, who was killed returning from Bestival in September, are to release a single of a song he wrote called Rise and Fall.
Molloy was one of three people killed when the coach crashed on the A3 in Surrey last September.
The song has been recorded by his best friend, Alex Evans, thanks to production support from Bestival's record label, Sunday Best, and BBC Radio 1 DJ Rob Da Bank. It was composed by Michael, from Woolton in Liverpool, a year before he died.
Michael'sr's brother, Joe, said today: "It was Michael's ambition to have his music recognised by the wider world. He never fulfilled that ambition so we, his family, are fulfilling it for him.