In My Life
My new album which is called In My Life is now finished and is at the printers being pressed ready for distribution
It's been fun writing and recording again and we had a lot of fun, as we always do, getting this one recorded.
A couple of the songs took a completely different direction to the one we originally planned, but change is good and we are really pleased with the final mix.
Once again my good friend Stefan Allsebrook added vocals, additional guitars and other "items" to the album and we are both really pleased with what we have so far.
Here are a few demos of what we've produced and I will put more information on FaceBook once I have copies that I can ship.
Click here to hear a demo of Who I Am
Click here to hear a demo of Many Stories to Tell
Click here to hear a demo of In My Life
Click here to hear a demo of Will You Sing When I'm Gone
Click here to hear a demo of Please Don't Cry About Me
How can it be?
I wrote this song afer the first terrorist attacks in Paris and sadly it is so pertinent today.
If you would like a copy please click on the link below and you can download it for free.
I am continuing to write songs and play them out in public wherever and whenever I get chance.
I will keep you up to date with any gigs that I will be doing on my Facebook site so please check in there:
And a big thank you to everyone who has taken pictures and vidoes at my gigs and then sent them on to me, I love them so much, they are fantastic memories for me so please keep them coming.
Listen out There
Click here to hear Lay with me
Click here to listen to Harm's way
Click here to hear Dream about me
Click here to hear Listen out there
Clickhere to listen to Illusion
Click here to listen to Childlike ways
I love writing songs and singing and playing them wherever and whenever I can.
Music has been a big part of my life for as long as I can remember, from my first acoustic guitar (made for me by my dad), my mum playing the piano and my dad singing, and of course the huge success that my brother Ken had with his bands, including Uriah Heep.
Ken has been a huge influence on my writing and is very supportive.
Those memories can never be taken away and much of Ken's material still ranks amongst my favourites and I am sure it will forever.
I write and play songs about anything and everything I see and do and it is a tremendous way for me to express how I feel about so many things.
These songs are from my album called
And the Sun stood still
Click on the picture above to hear One by One
Click on the picture above to hear Holding back time
Click on the picture above to hear Tell me why
Click on the link above to hear Cold hearted lady
Click on the link above to hear Should I stay
I hope you enjoy what you see and hear and look forward to hopefully meeting you all and playing my songs for you somewhere along the road.