I’ve really enjoyed my time performing at Casa Manolo in Putney! What a fantastic place to play and serenade customers! Check out their video they made for promo!
Emily and gang ventured down to Leigh-on-Sea for a gig at Peggy’s Music Bar! It was packed and thanks to Art Will Fall for hosting such a great night of interesting music from different genres!
It was wicked performing with Emily and Danny! What a trio! Let’s do it again soon!
Here’s some snaps from Emily’s release party with Backwoods Creek, in Horsham! What a gig! I love my NS Bass! My lil Phil Jones Bass amp really kicks it too! Wow
Thanks to the folks from ‘MyRichmondApp’ for videoing me by the river! What a lovely day and perfect for some sweet ambient music! I sound some CD’s too which was a bonus!
It’s always a joy to play for Emily Faye! The gigs are always great fun and her music is fab! Check out a snippet of ‘Giving In’ at the gig at Hoxton Underbelly!
Check out my wall of bass! I put some foam panels up to reduce the echo in my studio and it sounds perfect! Check out the basses too!
EMILY FAYE DROPPED A KILLER TRACK TO START THE NEW YEAR.
This tune is extra special because it’s a live recording AND it’s got my NS Chapman Stick on it! WOW! Check it out below! Her EP will be out soon, the tunes are just in their final mixing stage!
Camera work and audio by Gill and Gee Media
Hammersmith Christmas market was just so special. There was lots of great music, food and stalls and to be part of event was just so exciting!
Thanks to LBHF council for having the event and to the market organisers for their extremely hard work!
Check out some fab pictures below. Really, instead of looking at all the fab things going on, I should be looking at my Chapman Stick…?!
NEXT MARKET – Fulham, North End Road – Saturday 15th December!
What a weekend!! I had the absolute joy of performing with Emily Faye at the British Country Music Association Awards in Harrogate! We played on a huge stage in the Harrogate Convention Centre…WOWZA!
The two pictures below are SUPERB! Thanks so much to Ian Morrall!