Gary Neville a Manchester United icon sets to perform as a DJ at the Kendall Calling music festival in front of a 40,000-strong crowd
Gary Neville is set to perform as a DJ in front of a 40,000-strong crowd at the Kendall Calling music festival, that is featuring British music heavyweights Noel Gallagher and The Streets. Neville will be performing a set alongside The Charlatans front-man, Tim Burgess.
During his Manchester United tenure, where he played over 600 games in 19 seasons, attention has shifted to his ventures beyond football. As a pundit and commentator with Sky Sports, he’s found success as an entrepreneur, owning Salford City FC. Recently on Dragons’ Den, he’s now exploring the music scene, showcasing diverse talents.
Gary Neville has thrown his fans into surprises as joined the lineup as a DJ at the Kendall Calling music festival in Cumbria, north-western England.
Not withstanding, this isn’t Neville’s first collaboration with Burgess, as he once played guitar for the band in front of a small audience at Hotel Football in 2015. Despite his limited experience as a disc jockey, the former English right-back, humorously confirmed his participation through a social media post, dubbing himself ‘DJ G-Dog.’
Besides these activities, Gary Neville has shown political involvement by joining the UK Labour Party in 2022. Furthermore, he stirred controversy with comments on a statement by UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak about the World Darts Championship
— Mirror Football (@MirrorFootball) January 25, 2024
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