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Thunderstruck

It’s probably true that you can control about half of what you do in life but the other stuff just happens. You can plan until you are blue in the face, but in the end, what will be will be. My first real job was...

Forced Into a Corner

Many years ago, probably around 1988, I was trying desperately to find a way out of a job I had taken in a machinery showroom in Manchester by way of moving my family (then just wife and daughter) back north from where we lived in...

It’s All In The Song

I will be honest with you. I really struggle with people who care so little for art, literature, or music that they give only a passing glance or listen to work that has been many months, if not years, in the making. I know. It’s...

“Come Along & Join Us…”…again!

Our first gigs following the release of #TheBreedingGroundOfVile are next weekend at #LongtonLive next weekend, where me and The Folded Arms play four gigs in two nights, 13thand 14thJuly. So we will be playing some new live songs. Getting people together for summer gigs can...

Beware the Full Moon

A week ago this evening I took my P.A. over to Norley Village Hall in Cheshire where me and The Folded Arms, Duncan Reed, and The Lewinskies had a fabulous gig just over a month ago. Kieran (Folded Arms guitarist) plays in a number of...

THE BREEDING GROUND OF VILE

Release day has finally arrived. 90 minutes of progressive folk music, folk songs, songs to make people think in this world where few people actually seem to, two online volumes eventually to be released on a double CD, and 2 years and 2 months in...