It’s been a while since my last blog post but I promise you I haven’t haven’t been idle.
Firstly my new album ‘The Endless Shipwreck’ is out now. It’s a record I’m really proud of and I had the pleasurenof working with legendary producer/mix engineer Mark Freegard. He’s produced many albums by acts such as Del Amitri and Justin Currie, Manic Street Preachers, Breeders, Marillion, Kris Drever and many more.
You can buy a copy (Download or CD) and hear some of the songs here: Bandcamp
Also very much worth a mention is the amazing artwork by local artist and printer Vicki Johnson. Check her work out. I think you’ll agree it’s fantastic.
Please if you haven’t already, go and give the record a listen.
We launched the gig at local venue The Sewell Barn theatre on January 28th to a fantastic audience. Also playing were my mates Falling From Trees and Yve Mary B.
The Endless Coastline Tour 2017.
I’m happy to announce I’m going to be doing something exciting and I hope, quite unique. And I’m hoping you’ll think so too!
I’ll be walking the Suffolk and Norfolk Coast Paths from May 21st through to June 4th 2017. Just over a hundred miles of the East Anglian coastline from Suffolk to North Norfolk. While walking this epic journey I am also planning to play a series of gigs along the hundred or so miles route.
You can choose which charity you’d like to donate to or we’d love it if you gave a little to each.
Having just released my maritime themed new album “The Endless Shipwreck” I wanted to combine my passion for music alongside my passion for walking and the coastline and support charity while doing so.
The plan is to complete the walk and play a series of gigs along the route starting in Woodbridge Suffolk on May 21st with a gig at The Angel pub and ending in Hunstanton on the North Norfolk Coast. Over a hundred miles on foot.
I’ll be keeping you up to date through email and I’ll be sending on news of a blog and how to follow my progress next week.
You can support me on the walk and donate to one of or all three of the charities here: