Harry Sievey, son of Frank Sidebottom creator Chris, died on Sunday
Harry Sievey, 24, died in hospital after his bike was involved in a collision with a car and another bike on Sunday night in Withington.
Emergency services were called at 10.15pm to Mauldeth Road West, to reports of a crash between two bicycles and a Vauxhall Corsa.
Harry, a musician like his late father, worked at underground beer hall Cooper Hall in Manchester city centre's Northern Quarter.
Tributes poured in for the young man, who was the youngest of three children.
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Faye Catherine: “Harry, you made lots of people smile and laugh. Once or twice at my own expense. And most of all you were so blessed with talent. I feel for everyone, you will be greatly missed. Take it easy up there. Xx.”
Dan Poole said: “Rest in peace mate. Hope you’re having a beer with your dad, no doubt everyone will be raising a glass to you tonight x.”
Chris Sievey died of cancer in 2010 aged 54.
He shot to fame in the early 80's thanks to his alter-ego Frank Sidebottom, an aspiring pop star with an enormous cartoon head made from papier-mache.
Hope you’re having a beer with your dad, no doubt everyone will be raising a glass to you tonight
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Harry gave the eulogy at his dad's funeral seven years ago, Altrincham Today reported.
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He was also played a key role in a fundraising campaign to build a statue of his father's famous creation in Timperley – where Sidebottom was said to be from.
His band, Mask, even played at a special tribute night for his dad, Frankfest.
Harry Sievey, front, with his band
Harry's father Chris shot to fame as aspiring pop star Frank Sidebottom
He told the Manchester Evening News at the time: "Now he’s gone it would be nice to have something still there that recognises that."
He was at the unveiling of the resulting statue in 2013.
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