My brief trip to Glasgow was great. I managed to fit in the Danny Kyle Stage, Thea Gilmore’s Sandy Denny show ‘ Don’t Stop Singing’ supported by the awesome Kris Drever Trio and of course a a wee stop in at the award winning Ben Nevis to have a listen to some tunes! Good times 🙂
Back to London on the sleeper which I am now getting very used too and straight to the playing! I had a brilliant time in the Troubadour, Earls Court. It is the third time I have played there. Each time I forget how good the food is and eat too much- not smart before singing. Bumped into some old friends and found some new ones. A successful night all round.
It has been a week of re- visiting . I was delighted to be back at the Green Note Cafe in Camden with ‘Folk on Monday’ and I was even more delight to be supporting the very talented Outside Track. If you haven’t managed to catch these guys I can highly recommend them. Excellent musicians and lovely folk…. listen out especially for the jokes 😉 This venue is always a real pleasure to play and the audience were so attentive which is very much appreciated!
As to future events- a tour in Scotland in conjunction with three other Scottish musicians. This kicks off in Edinburgh on the 7th in the Village ( South Fort Street), Dundee on the 9th ( Henry’s Cafe) and the Roxy( in Glasgow on the 16th) are all confirmed with more dates being added in the coming days. If you have any suggestions then please get in touch. They are all very welcome! I have a couple of warm up gigs in Scotland before hitting the road- Linen 1906 Glasgow on the 1st March and then 3/4th with Weaving Musical Threads in Paisley.
I will be out and about gigging in London till then. It’s all go down here 😉 I have added all dates to the gig page on the website.
Thanks for dropping in and if you want to get in touch just drop me a line using the email on my contact page.