A father-and-son duo from Morley are ready to take the music world by storm with their pioneering guitar business.
Talented guitarist Patrick Spalline plays a multitude of instruments for his new rock band Temples Fall.
His dad Jeremy 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.”
So Jeremy and Patrick decided to embark on a guitar business venture together.
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.” JPS Bespoke offers remedial guitar work such as setting up guitars, reconditioning and custom work.
It also specialises in particular models made to which are designed to enhance the music made.
Both the business and the band have become known for their light-up guitars.
Jeremy said: “We’re hoping to appeal to a world wide music market. Anything where they need a very good stage show.”
The band , who are all students at Thornes Park Music College in Wakefield, are already securing gigs throughout West Yorkshire.
Joining 19-year-old Patrick are Castleford trio Sophii Harvey, 21, Simon Nicholson, 23, and Leanne May Kirby, 21.
Upcoming gigs includes the New Roscoe in Leeds on August 30 and Snooty Fox in Wakefield on September 28.