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A live session on BBC introducing...

Updated: Feb 1, 2020

There are moments on any journey where you have a sense of achievement, of finally 'getting somewhere' or maybe just enlightenment, understanding how far you've come and how far you have left to travel. And March seemed like a bit of a game changer in that respect. I finally understand what I need to do and how I need to do it to achieve my goals, eye opening stuff indeed, and I can't wait to share with you what's been happening.

The month kicked off with the release of the single 'Never Had a Heart' and the feedback I've had from friends and fans alike has been outstanding. To celebrate the release I played a gig with my band at 'Roadtrip & The Workshop' in Hoxton to a great crowd, and partied long and hard into the night. March also gave forth two Radio apprentices. The first being the preview of my new single 'Dead Man Blues' and a telephone interview on Castledown FM. But the highlight of the month was taking part in a live session for BBC introducing in my home county of Hereford & Worcester. I played four songs to a great live audience and was interviewed on stage for a radio show going out on air in a few weeks time. The live session will be aired on BBC Hereford and Worcester on the 27th and 28th of April, and you can listen in here. And last but no means least I am happy to announce the release of my new album 'The Devil Beside Me' out on the 31st of May on Spotify, Apple Music and Amazon. But you can pre-order it here.

This is my first release since 2017's 'City of streets' and in my option well worth the wait. I think it's my biggest achievement to date, and I'm hoping you'll agree when it comes to the release. I've also got a campaign manager and PR team behind this album so I'm expecting big things, and with my new single 'Dead Man Blues' on the cover mount for the May/June issue of RnR magazine things already seem to be moving along nicely!

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