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The mother of Viola Beach's Jack Dakin has spoken of her son's passion for drumming and being in the band. In an interview she said:
"The band were so happy, they were living their dream.
"Drumming meant everything to Jack he was living his absolute dream.
The mother of Viola Beach's Tomas Lowe has spoken of her son's career. In an interview she said she takes some comfort from the fact her son died with his close friends and says he was "living the dream".
Warrington band Viola Beach's single 'Swings and Waterslides' has climbed the UK singles download chart to number two. The song has also entered the Official UK Top 40 which includes sales of CDs as well as downloads and streams.
Fans are campaigining to get the band's single to number one after all four members and their manager died in a car crash in Sweden at the weekend.
Money from sales of the single will go to the families of the band and its manager.
Viola Beach are heading for number one as fans pay tribute to the group and their manager.
Their single, Swings and Waterslides has already reached the number three in the Singles Download Chart after a fan campaign to get them to number one.
The group's record company says proceeds from their music will go to the families of those who died.
The family of Viola Beach's River Reeves have spoken of their heartache after he died with the rest of the band over the weekend.
His stepmother, father and brother paid tribute to him.
The family of Viola Beach manager Craig Tarry have spoken of their heartbreak after he died along with the rest of the band in a car crash at the weekend.
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