I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has supported me and my new book in the last week. It means an awful lot to me. I am pleased to announce that there were over a hundred downloads of I've Got Sol, as well as a number of physical purchases. I think … Continue reading Start the presses.
I am pleased to announce that my fifth book, I've Got Sol, is available now. Detailing the fine adventures I had whilst trekking the Inca trail to Machu Picchu, it's a fun forest romp for the whole family, featuring themes of love, overcoming obstacles and poop. Read an excerpt from the first chapter below: Annie … Continue reading I’ve Got Sol
From the opening strains of Show, it is clear that Southend-on-Sea's very own Carousel have a goal in mind, and that's to lift you up. There is nothing to stop the smiles spreading as their sublime vocal melodies explode and their joyous mix of folk and blues push on like clockwork. Their take on Americana … Continue reading Carousel EP – a review.
Earlier this year I was out for a drive with my best boy Scott Rose. We were listening to a bunch of rough demos I had recorded for what I planned on being my second album. The songs were ok and I had spent a reasonable amount of time on them so when Scott said … Continue reading Sell Sell Sell
Last weekend my brother got married. I am fine about it. I didn't even cry. Shut up. You're crying! We had a beautiful day and I got to spend time with my favourite people in the world.
It always means a great deal when someone recommends something to me. Be it a song, a sandwich or a new way to tie your laces, the fact I am thought of is always appreciated. For that reason, when renowned pessimist and all round problematic fave George recommended Tony Kushner’s Angels In America to me, … Continue reading On Angels In America.