Coronation Street scriptwriter Damon Rochefort is featured in today's Guardian in an article all about the UK's biggest rave anthems. Damon was in a band called Nomad (which is his name spelled backwards) and their hit (I Wanna Give You) Devotion reached No 2 in 1991. The Guardian calls it a pop-dance earworm that launched the careers of super-producer Steve McCutcheon, Olivier award-winner Sharon D Clarke and Corrie scriptwriter Damon Rochefort.
Damon telsl the Guardian about what happened after the record topped the charts.
|Damon Rochefort and David Neilson (Roy Cropper)|
Listen to Devotion here.
See also: Read all about Coronation Street scriptwriter Damon Rochefort.
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