Sunday, 26 March 2017

My itinerary for the next month

Here’s where you can find me over the next month:

Wednesday 29th March - Golden Lion Barnard Castle – host Open Mic 8.30pm
Thursday 30th March – The Crown Kirklevington – host Open Mic 7.30pm
Friday 31st March - Three Tuns Eggleston- host Acoustic Showcase w. Freeman, Shaw Clark Project & Cara Pearson 8.30pm
Tuesday 4th April – Majestic Theatre Darlington – host Open Mic 8.30pm
Wednesday 5th April - Golden Lion Barnard Castle – host Open Mic 8.30pm
Thursday 6th April – Tan Hill Inn - host Highest Open Mic in Great Britain 8.30pm
Friday 7th April - Victoria, Saltburn - host Open Mic - 8.30pm
Saturday 8th April - Bishop Auckland Town Hall – Gig supporting The Djooks & The Groovamatics
Wednesday 12th April - Golden Lion Barnard Castle – host Open Mic 8.30pm
Saturday 15th April - Hebden Bridge Trades Club – Gig supporting The Grateful Dudes
Monday 17th April – Greenside Hartlepool - host Open Mic 8.30pm
Wednesday 19th April - Golden Lion Barnard Castle – host Open Mic 8.30pm
Thursday 20th April – Tan Hill Inn - host Highest Open Mic in Great Britain 8.30pm
Friday 21st April - Victoria, Saltburn - host Open Mic - 8.30pm
Monday 24h April – Greenside Hartlepool - host Open Mic 8.30pm
Wednesday 26th April - Golden Lion Barnard Castle – host Open Mic 8.30pm
Thursday 27th April – The Crown Kirklevington – host Open Mic 7.30pm
Friday 28th April – Three Tuns, Eggleston – host Acoustic Showcase w. Brick Thieves, Jonathan Honour, Gerry Cooper






Monday, 13 February 2017

Gig update


An excellent gig yesterday at Porter Cottage Sheffield - there will be photos and videos to follow. And yes, I will do my best to keep this page up to date!

Monday, 10 October 2016

Brooklyn Bowl gig review

A review of The Brooklyn Bowl gig I played at with The Grateful Dudes and the Terrapins: "..supporting was a guy called Gary Grainger who I didn't know. Grainger was great - he'd obviously worked on some songs specially for the gig, but knew his stuff and I reckon several were part of his normal repertoire. He concentrated on the songs that the Dead used to cover; a very fine acoustic set from an excellent guitarist and singer, who managed to stay focused in spite of the dreadful noise from the 10-pin bowling allies to the right of us.: http://tinfoilskies.blogspot.co.uk/2016/10/grateful-dudes-brooklyn-bowl-o2-arena-6.html