Winter’s End

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They say to live a long life you should have daughters – I’m lucky enough to have two who, believe it or not, are willing to spend a Saturday night with their old man instead of going out clubbing. So, … Continued

Happy Easter

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Happy Easter to all those who celebrate (and to those who don’t – I hope you’ve still had a peaceful bank holiday weekend)! I feel incredibly lucky to have been able to have spent this time with my family – … Continued

What a week!

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Wow what a week! Last Saturday saw myself and my two daughters head down the M1 to celebrate my mother’s 94th birthday (of course, like a good son I don’t believe she looks a day over 25) with her and … Continued

On the road …

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Huge thanks to everyone who came along to Acapela Studio, Cardiff on Sunday to hear the first live performance of the new Beatrix Players album Living & Alive – what a lovely audience to play to!It was great to open … Continued

Living and Alive

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I count myself extremely fortunate to be working with this lovely bunch of people! The new Beatrix Players album ‘Living & Alive’ is available at and Thanks so much to all those who have taken the trouble to … Continued

More dates!

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Looking forward to a return trip with the band to The Musician Pub in Leicester a little later this year. It’s great to have another gig with Carrie Martin as well! If you can’t wait that long, don’t forget we … Continued

Live show

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If you missed my duo with Matt Lumb at Trading Boundaries LIVE back in March, here are some highlights from our set! Freefall – John Hackett / Moonchild – King Crimson / Jazz on a Summer’s Night – Steve & … Continued

Rocking Horse Music Club

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Back from a fantastic weekend at Trading Boundaries LIVE with the Rocking Horse Music Club performing their rock opera Circus Of Wire Dolls (narrated with suitable gravitas by Richard Macphail) plus the music of Anthony Phillips and Mike Rutherford . … Continued