And so with a sadness in my heart I say goodby to summer... see you next year. Autumn is upon us as is the wind and the rain but at least we've still got the Blues. Next year feels like it could be a big one in my musical journey with a new album in the pipe line (the studio and producer is already in place) as well as festivals and more gigs being booked in. But that's all for another time, now is all about looking at what went down in September and what October has in store
Well that's the summer over then... but fear not there are lots of exciting things around the corner, at least on the music front that's for sure. September has been a productive month but yet somehow I seem to have very little to report...
I've pretty much been locked away in the studio rehearsing with my new band and budgeting for the new album, studio costs, mixing and casting fees, that kind of thing. Also working in my home studio on some new songs and demoing martial
There was a time when London's live music scene was something fresh, something exciting, something to be part of... but unfortunately these day's seem to be numbered. The sad news that Jamboree is set to close it's doors, because the landlord wants to but a Yoga centre in its place, this says a lot about what's happening to London. For those of you who haven't heard of Jamboree its was a space in a time-warp, seemingly untouched by the outside world, an eclectic place that re