So, I was updating my BandWagon profile tonight, and was trying to fill out the ‘Press’ section..
Now, I don’t think I’ve ever been too aware about what (and even if!), people are writing articles, artist summaries etc about my music online. So, I did some Googling. Shameless, I know, but I had to fill out the box!
I came across this wonderful piece that was written by All About Ipswich.com. It was so lovely of them, and I never said thank you. So, it’s ridiculously belated and I apologise, but thank you!
So, you will be pleased to know that I shall now resume my usual internet activities (Netflix, Buzzfeed and browsing recipe blogs for various forms of baked goods..), without the peculiar, and quite frankly seemingly egotistic Googling!
I’m so excited to be working with the wonderful Katy Emma on some new material. We’ve also got some plans for gigs this summer which are going to be amazing! *cue very happy songwriter and lots of Google searches for ‘acoustic nights in London’* I urge you to go and have a listen to her music here.
She recently invited me down to play at the beautiful Switch Bar’s acoustic night in South Woodford. Have a look at their website here. They set aside a stage area and it was a super intimate gig, with a great crowd just a metre away, all quiet and listening. A kind lady offered to take some photos and videos of us playing, which I was so grateful for (and instantly uploaded to my Instagram..) – I don’t suppose I could get away with taking selfies on stage quite just yet?!
It was a lovely gig, and I’ll hopefully be back there in March to play a full set. I’ll keep you posted.
Take care, have a great weekend,
There are some really exciting musical things coming up, so in the mean time I’m writing lots and lots more songs, and working on some covers that I’ve been wanting to do for ages. Feel free to have a listen to my Whitney/Tina Turner cover here..
So my brilliantly talented friend Katy Evans and I got together at mine a few months ago to write a song for our course at The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance. Definitely have a listen to her music or get down to a gig if you can! This was the final result: ‘Pull Me Down’