Impressed by his vocals, Conneally, who owns New Reality Records in Loughborough, offered Crane a record deal and he went on to release his debut album.
A plumber who landed a record contract after he was overheard singing at work has now signed a Hollywood movie deal for the rights to his story.
Conneally said: “Never in a million years did I think this would happen when I first heard Kev singing.
Not for one minute did I think this could happen to me,” Crane told the BBC. “I’ve had some sleepless nights thinking about this whole story – the record deal and now the film.
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