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Latest News 27th March 2013
Sound samples of 'Cobweb, Moth and Mustardseed' Now available.
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Latest News 20 March 2013
‘Cobweb, Moth & Mustardseed’
I was recently given the honour of composing and recording a piece of Music for the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, and information about that commission is detailed HERE
The piece of music ‘Cobweb, Moth and Mustardseed’ is also available as a CD, and is now available to order from my online shop HERE
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9th March 2013.
Last night was the first night of the Steeleye tour. All good news for a first gig. The new songs based on some of Terry Pratchett's books were well received, and reasonably well played, and sat well with the rest of the set. A good start to the tour. Another chance tonight to get it right :)
3rd March 2013.
The Gigspanner tour finished last night in Bury. I now find myself in a Travel lodge in Oxford, were I will change the strings on my Fiddle to play a different tune for the next month.
Hunger is the feeling, and the bus pass is the answer. Bus ride into Oxford to a little Italian restaurant for a Spaghetti and ragu sauce. I hope it's as good as I remember.
I have a set list in my case that I will look at and decide of I need to go over anything before rehearsals start tomorrow for the Steeleye tour.
After the Steeleye tour a different tune again. 'Feast of Fiddles'. Hugh Crabtree and his chums. "Make em laugh, make em cry" I need to learn some new tunes for this one. Can't let Hugh down.
Apart from eating and drinking and changing strings it's a night off tonight. And I do need it.
Better have a drink then!
1st March 2013
Links to the 'Steeleye' Tour and the 'Feast of Fiddles' tour are now in the panel opposite. When time allows, I will be posting the dates on this site.
My old site is resting in pieces. It will be remembered fondly.
It was impossible to update on a regular basis, and had to be changed, so this is the starting point. There may be a few things from the old site that could be restored, and time will tell. As it stands, this new site will be much easier for me to update on a regular basis, without having to battle against code from a different and now unavailable web editor.