A father-and-son duo from Morley are ready to take the music world by storm with their pioneering light-up guitar business.
Talented guitarist Patrick Spalline, 19, son of Jeremy, plays a multitude of instruments for his new rock band Temples Fall.
Father-of-five Jeremy who spotted the raw talent of his youngest son’s band, said:“They write all their own material, which is superb, and they put on an amazing live show. I believe 100 per cent in the band. They have what it takes to make it.”
Jeremy and Patrick decided to embark on a business venture together, JPS Bespoke, due to the rising popularity of Temples Fall.
Jeremy who is now the band’s manager and co-founder of JPS Bespoke, said: “Patrick’s group is doing very well. The business and the band work well together. The business sponsors the band by making a lot of products for the group.”
To find out more about the band go to www.templesfall.com