“From a Lullaby Kiss”

I first heard “From a Lullaby Kiss” less than two weeks ago. That’s how quickly these things can happen. I was sitting on the floor at the back of the Knight & Spiers gig I was organising at Whitchurch Folk Club, when Peter Knight started playing it. It was the only piece in the gig […]


The Trial of Bill Burn Under Martin’s Act

Before we get started, you can read more about The Trial of Bill Burn Under Martin’s Act (the song itself) by clicking here. The Trial of Bill Burn Under Martin’s Act includes four tracks, one of which features the wonderful talents of my good friends Nick Hart (melodeon) and Mikey Kenney (fiddle). It was released as a digital-only recording on July 2nd, […]


Songs from the Attic

“His love for folk music manifests itself throughout this lovely album.” – Folk Radio UK “Songs From the Attic is a genuine, carefully considered album which is made with a lot of heart. It deserves to be noticed.” – Bright Young Folk Songs from the Attic, the album, was the result of nine months spent researching […]


Baibaba Bimba – The Grizzly Folk

“Baibaba Bimba” was originally written and recorded by Japanese duo, Tenniscoats. I befriended them during my time living and working in Japan, and on occasion went to stay with them in their wonderful house in the Tokyo suburbs, interviewing them for the Japan Times and a number of other magazine articles. Baibaba Bimba EP by […]


Gurning At The Moon – The Grizzly Folk

The Grizzly Folk grew out of a need to do something a little bit different. At the time, I was living and working in Fukuoka, South Japan, and I was playing in a band called Cut Flowers – a weird but loveable hybrid of British indie guitar music and Prince-esque funk. When that came to an […]