I’ve recorded a couple versions of “Winter Wonderland” to wish you all a great Christmas and New Year.
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I play ukulele, out in public!
Just thought I’d post this for those of you who didn’t make it to any of my gigs with Sharlene Evette Hector and Kevin Mark Trail (and if you didn’t, why not?!). Here’s a video someone took of us ripping it up with Karlos Edwards on percussion.
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Thank you to everyone who came to support us at the Bedford last night (or watched online through the webcast). It was a terrific gig with tremendous atmosphere, and it was fantastic to get an encore playing a brand new song!
I’ve embedded a recording of our encore song “Pedal Stool” above (make sure you choose the High Quality option), and more videos from the night can be seen by clicking the link below. I think massive credit is due to our extra band members who (other than a few forgivable hairy moments) delivered the goods on the night after just one rehearsal on Sunday.
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This is a gig you won’t want to miss - it’s our first public full-band gig since the Take That tour, at a prestigious Balham venue, and entry is COMPLETELY FREE!
We’ve taken time out to concentrate on writing songs, and have done a few acoustic trio gigs, but this gig will consist mostly of recent material, including brand new songs which have never been heard outside the band before!
Joining us for this gig are a few superb guest musicians: Steve Gilbertson on drums (The Johann Collective!), Simon Small on electric guitar (Chicane), and Jay Darwish on bass (Newton Faulkner). We’ve just had our one rehearsal for the gig and the tunes have really come to life! I will also be guesting with Aaron Short, who will be performing a set on the night.
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Did we mention that it’s COMPLETELY FREE?