What's on and what's gone!
Not so Recent Adventures    

Thanks to Eric Young for the Photograph!


If you want to read some highlights from 2014 - then

Click here!

2015- 2018 can be found here



I am sometimes asked why I don't put a complete list of all my forthcoming gigs on the web-site.  Well....

It isn't because I don't want to see you at them, but many of them are private functions.

If you would like me to sing, play or talk to your club, organisation or house concert please do get in touch.

Failing that you can often find me at one of the excellent East Anglian folk music sessions.

These sessions include:

The Crown and Castle, Risby, Suffolk (1st Tuesday);

The Bull, Woolpit, Suffolk (2nd Wednesdays);

The Greyhound, Pettistree, Suffolk (2nd Sundays).

The Village Hall, Drinkstone,

(4th Thursdays)



Recent Fun has included:

Pete Twitchett and Friends - November 2015 and November 2016

Hunter Club - Bury St.

Edmunds - Jan & April 2017, March 2018

Oakes Barn - Bury St. Edmunds

Nowton Live! - July 2014

Woolpit Men's Club - March 2014

Radio RWSfm - September 2017

Woolpit Live (x4)

Woolpit Festival June 2014

Orpington Friday Folk 2012

Bury Oxjam 2011/12/13

Concert for John Hardiman Trust 2012

Romford Folk Club 2011 and 2012

Swaffham Free Festival 2012

Swaffham Folk Day - 24th August 2013

Folkspot Internet Radio x2

Folk Ale - Kentish Horse - Markbeech, Kent x3

A House Concert

A Jubilee "Do" - (Great fun)

Radio Kidnappers

RWSfm (x10)

Radio Mumbles

BCB Radio

WFDU Teaneck (The Global Voice of Fairleigh Dickinson University)

Bishop 105.9 FM

Churchgate Showcase

Incidental Film Music

Crayside Live

Imperial College

BBC Radio Shropshire

MUDCAT CD Launch, Herga Folk Club








Some recent adventures

How did it get to be June 2019 already?




My song, "Chasing the Albatross," gained a semi-final place in a national songwriting competition!  Apparently this means I was in the top 20%. Wow!

(You can listen to the song here.)

It was a smashing night at the Crown and Castle on Tuesday.  The evening got off to a rollicking start with some fine melodeon tunes and this set the scene for some lovely songs around the room.  Wonderful!

Next meeting: 2nd July 2019.

I didn't get to The Bull on Wednesday.  However, my spies tell me it was a good night!  Come along next month and see for yourself.

Next meeting: 10th July 2019. 

Drinkstone Village Hall was the setting for another lovely night of folk songs.  We were treated to some wonderful blues harmonica, a selection of country songs with guitar, mandolin and ukulele, self penned numbers and some sprightly concertina playing.  Magical!

Next meeting is:  27th June 2019.

Another year of song coming up!

See you somewhere down the road....