Unsung hero: Mic Christopher
18 years after his tragic death in a freak accident, the life and times of singer-songwriter Mic Christopher are captured in a new biopic
Sometimes an idea is so blindingly obvious, you can’t believe in retrospect that nobody had ever thought of it before. Such is the case for a documentary about Mic Christopher, the Irish singer-songwriter who tragically passed away in 2001 at the age of 32, having slipped down a flight of stairs while on tour abroad with the Waterboys.
Christopher was a rare talent; the comparisons that spring to mind include figures like Jeff Buckley and...
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