Dave and I wrote a Christmas song-you can listen and download for free!
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This is a Song Assignment from couple of weeks ago, when Dave’s sister asked us to pick our favourite childhood cartoon show and cover the theme song. We both poured our heart and souls into it, and you can hear the results and vote at http://songassignment.wordpress.com/
Here is a lovely video made by my friend, the talented animator and artist Mary Ferguson, for “We Came in from the Sea”. See more of her work at: www.maryferguson.co.uk
Here are some live songs from my set at Folking Live at Bracknell Hill Park Art Centre in September. It was a really nice gig and the people there were lovely, listeners and promotors, sound man and video man. Thanks to Joe and Adrian at Artree Music!
This week for our Song Assignment, Dave and I had to write about school. As a supply TA, I’m spending a lot of time in classrooms at the moment, and Dave’s niece Hannah (age 4) chipped in some vocals and lyrics for his contribution. Have a listen and give us your mark out of 10-you can vote for your favourite and hear the tracks at http://songassignment.wordpress.com/
I will be playing sometime between 5 and 7pm tonight on the Boileroom’s slot on Guildford’s local radio station, Kane FM. Here’s what they tell me:
People can text in to the studio on 07860021656
Listen online at www.kanefm.com
Or if they live in the area at 103.7 FM
There will be a listen again stream up the next day at www.mixcloud.com/theboileroom
Hope you can listen in! (interview starts about 56 mins in on 27 Sept session)
Last weekend we went to the Green Man festival, and so last week we were a little too tired to write our song assignments. But this week we decided to relive the joy of mud, cooking outside, portaloos and, oh yeah, seeing music that makes up the greatest festival experiences. You can listen to our songs here and vote for the one you like the best: http://songassignment.wordpress.com/
Also, we’d love your wack-o suggestions for future SA’s 🙂
Here are some of my favourite parts of the weekend, including scrambling up Table Mountain and the hill behind the main stage: