After having surgery (thank you NHS for keeping me good), I am now back and in fine fettle. Looking forward to recording and performing new songs this year and collaborating with some amazing people. More to follow. Here’s a pic of me at the NCEM in York, supporting Scott Matthews for the last show of his UK tour. As I write this I’m looking at a squirrel who is getting ready for Spring, digging up nuts or something. I take this as a good sign. xx
From our stint at Sofar Sounds, Camden, in April 2017. Sean Genockey on guitar, John Hogg on bass and Andy Treacey on drums. We’ve since played at Camden Rocks Festival and then at Camden Oxjam in October. The mecca of live rock music in London 🙂
Up in Glasgow I played a show at the gorgeous SWG3 with Calum Ingram, who I met at the Jack Bruce Memorial Concert set up by Malcolm Bruce. Since then Calum has accompanied me on the cello at my launch at the Slaughtered Lamb and we’ve remained friends since.
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