Crash victim's music lives on

The last song written by a teenager from Liverpool who died in a crash on his way home from a music festival is being released later.

Crash victim's song released

A song written by a teenager killed in a coach crash on his way home from a music festival has gone on sale today.

Michael Molloy from Liverpool died last September returning from Bestival on the Isle of Wight.

Andy Bonner reports...

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Liverpool Music Awards dedicates prize to Michael Malloy

The Liverpool Music Awards will dedicate its "One to Watch Award" to 18-year-old Michael Molloy.

The musician from Woolton died as he travelled back from the Bestival music festival in the Isle of Wight in July.

The last song he wrote is set to be released as a single.

Coach crash victim's music lives on

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Last year's Bestival in the Isle of Wight Credit: Press Association

The last song written by Michael Molloy from Liverpool who was killed in a coach crash is set to be released as a single.

The 18 year old musician from Woolton died as he travelled back from the Bestival music festival in the Isle of Wight in July.

The festival's record lable has released the song which will soon be available for download from the internet.