Well, it’s here! My first ever Christmas song “Staff Christmas Party” is now available. Having been to many a Christmas party, I felt it was time that I captured my observations and experiences in a song. I’m sure if you’ve been to one, you’ll be able to associate with the events in the song.
So have a wee listen and enjoy! If you want to buy it, you can download it for only 50p in my shop.
I am delighted to have been ask to appear on BBC Radio Scotland’s flagship folk music show “Travelling Folk” this Thursday! I’ll be nipping along to the studio on Thursday night and having a chat with Bruce MacGregor and Vic Galloway about music…they’re even gonna play a track or two from “Travels”!
Listen in on Thursday night on BBC Radio Scotland from 8-10pm on 92-95FM and online at bbc.co.uk/radioscotland. I believe the show will be available on BBC iPlayer for 7 days after the show too.
Hello! Here is yet another video from my set at the recent open mic night at the Kilted Kangaroo in Stirling. This time, it’s Stan Rogers’ brilliant song “Mary Ellen Carter”, one of my favourite songs to sing!
Hello, hope you are well. I took some video footage while I was at the open mic night at the Kilted Kangaroo in Stirling and thought I would share this one with you. This is Richard Thompson’s “1952 Vincent Black Lightning”, a wonderful song about love and motorbikes.
It’s been over a month since my last video, which I apologise for. I’ve been on holiday and trying to catch up with everything, but here is a brand new video of me singing “Travels”. I hope you enjoy it! Please feel free to leave your comments below 🙂
This is the first video in a series of videos I will be putting together to showcase songs I like to perform, including my own songs, traditional songs and folk covers. This first song is a brilliant, popular traditional Scottish song called “The Barnyards O Dalgety” and I first heard it performed by the Old Blind Dogs. I’ve added a wee bit of a rock ‘n’ roll twist to it, so I hope you enjoy it!