Fisherman's Friends' Trevor Grills 'irreplaceable'


A singer from a Cornish shanty group who died after an accident at a music venue has been described as "irreplaceable" by one of his band members.

Fisherman's Friends singer Trevor Grills, 54, from Port Isaac died after he was hit by a falling metal door at G Live in Guildford, Surrey, in February.

Tour manager Paul McMullen, 44, from Disley in Cheshire, also died in the accident.

Jon Cleave from the group spoke to BBC Spotlight's Natalie Cornah.

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