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- Posted on Jul 15th 2010 8:00AM by Chris Cope
The frontman appeared at Liverpool Sheriff Court on July 14 after being accused of breaking a man's nose outside the Korova nightclub, reports the BBC.
He is accused of headbutting Peter Appleby and is charged with assault occasioning actual bodily harm.
He is now released on unconditional bail ahead of his trial on Sept. 20.
McCabe helped pen tracks like 'Valerie' for the band -- which ultimately reached a whole a whole new audience after Amy Winehouse covered it in 2007. The original track reached No. 7 in the UK singles chart, but Winehouse's version reached No. 2.
The band parted with their record label Sony BMG in 2009 after reportedly being dropped, despite having some well-known fans -- one in particular being Beatles sticksman and fellow Liverpudlian Ringo Starr, who surprised the band with a visit during the making of their last album, as previously reported by Spinner.