And so I return to London. I survived my month tour of Europe (just) and have come back home with a new perspective on the direction of my music, and ultimately my life style. But if that sounds like I've been though an ordeal, worry not, the tour had it's usual ups and downs that you'd expect with any amount of traveling. It went right and wrong in equal measures and when faced with challenges I was able to find a solution, and a new out look has been the result. Next year I
Summer seams just around the corner, even if the weather in London has been terrible of late (how very British of me to bring up the weather) But summer is always an exciting time of the year for me, not only because the of sun being out and the positive effect is has on people, but because summer for me means time to take my music on the road.
Because of the success of last years European tour and the fan-base I'm starting to establish there, it's with fond memories I've d
And so I return to London... As soon as I stepped off the plane from Lisbon I was greeted with a heavy downpour, the typical British summer. But things aren't all that bad. The sun has now returned to London and although it's not quite as hot as Portugal I return with a new resolve for the challenges ahead, and a few more contacts in the little black book. It's been a rewarding experience this tour, and I can't help but feel that I've stepped up to another level on my journey
And so with summer just around the corner it only seems right that I should get out of London for a couple of months and head off to Europe, especially with all this Brexit and snap election business going on. This will be my second foray into the EU on tour. Back in 2015 I spent a career defining couple of months there and came down with a serious case of the travel bug! You can read all about that adventure in my previous blog post: 'What happens on Tour stays on tour' This