Christmas Single Now Available on iTunes! Headline Christmas Show, New Column and New Covers


Hey everyone, I’m really excited that my original Christmas single ‘St Benedict’s Christmas Fair’ is now available on iTunes!

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Christmas video 

Here’s the music video for the single, some of it filmed around, where else, St Benedict’s Street!

I’ll also be sharing some live performances of the song so do keep an eye on my YouTube channel

To celebrate the release, I will be playing a special headline gig at The Bicycle Shop on Wednesday December 10th. Those attending the gig will also have the chance to get a special Christmas EP featuring two Christmas covers!


Tickets and info here.

Thanks to Iceni Magazine for this feature about the upcoming show and also to Vanilla Magazine for this article:

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Latest Columns  – Covers

My latest column for Songwriting Magazine is now online and this time I’m discussing the popularity of artists doing cover versions as well as sharing some tips on how to cover a song more creatively as well as looking at some of the most enduring covers. I’ve also started writing a regular column for All Things Norfolk where I share my musical adventures in the area. Here’s the latest one

Free Downloads at SoundCloud

Talking of cover songs, there are some new ones I’ve recorded that are free to download at my SoundCloud page. Recent songs include those by Ryan Adams, The Supremes, Lucinda Williams and many more.

New Video

Performing a live acoustic cover of this beautiful Kris Kristofferson song that I love to sing: ‘Help Me Make It Make It Through The Night’

French Interview 

Interview with this cool French music site all about my songwriting, favourite artists and more. Huge thanks to Claude.


Singing ‘Hallelujah’ with Eve Selis and Her Band plus Lucinda Williams Cover

New live video from a great night supporting Eve Selis at the Little Rabbit Barn. Singing ‘Hallelujah’ with her and her amazing band. Such an honour and so much fun!

Also from the Little Rabbit Barn gig, singing a brilliant song by the amazing Lucinda Williams from her classic album ‘Car Wheels on a Gravel Road’