Is it possible to be addicted to music? I have no idea, but it feels like I am. I’ve been having sooo much fun over the past few weeks playing shows of all different shapes and sizes, writing, recording and generally making noise… It doesn’t look like I’ll be stopping anytime soon if I can help it, although the turkey dinner my sister’s got planned for Christmas may slow me down some.
Thanks to all of you guys who’ve been emailing me requests for shows in different countries and cities . I’m going to do my best to get out to as many of you as possible in the new year. 2013 is gonna be crazy! Get ready…
For a sneak peek of what is to come, I’m playing a set at The Lass O’Gowrie in Manchester on 7th Nov accompanied by my band, so get yourselves down there for a FREE GIG!!! The night kicks off at 8pm but I’ll be on after 9pm. Can’t wait to see you all there!!!
N is for that nauseating feeling that you get when you realise that you are the main act… the only act!!! However, I’m on team ‘BRING IT!!’
So, I’m finally in bed after a night rocking out at the Deaf Institute,Manchester. Boy, am I tired…
The crowd was really great tonight. Even though there were some sound issues, I’m so pleased that the crowd were into my songs and kept on listening. The band sounded amazing. We’ve gone from about 7 people to 4 now, and I am well pleased. The guys are heavy! Sam is a BEAST on the drums, Panji is TOO smooth on the bass, and Jan is a CRAZY SOUL SHREDDER on guitar. I play whatever I fancy really, and sing a little in the gaps
It’s on nights like tonight that I remember why I do what I do. The audience kept me going through the feedback and the instrument change-overs. I write for people. I compose music for anyone who has the lungs to breathe it in and the heart to feel. My friends, you make it worth it.