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NEWS

The world is getting rougher and meaner out there but, as the Stones once sang, what can a poor boy do?

My show The Shock of the Old is now being promoted to theatres and festivals by Tin Cat Entertainment for gigs in the autumn and – just arranged – there will be a preview at Wingfield Barns on 17th June (I’ll put up a link when tickets go on sale).

In the meantime, I’m adding my straight, non-themed shows to the gigs page. I’ll be on my way to St Edith’s Folk Club and Watford Folk Club in the spring. I’ve also starting work on a new album which will be under way in the coming months. I can’t wait to get back into the studio to record songs which have been written over the two strange years we have just been through.

The new video on this page celebrates the 15 glorious years (and counting) of a little dog called Ruby. She has accompanied me in performances on Radio Suffolk and Park Radio and once did an open mic where she upstaged so badly that I swore never to do it again. She has her own song – and now she’s got a video. What a spoilt dog.

Spring is just around the corner and things are generally easing up for musicians and performers. Let’s all try to stay cheerful in these tricky times.

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LIVING TRADITION PROFILE

In a recent edition of The Living Tradition, there’s profile of me to tie in with the release of Playing For Time.

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