It’s been an incredible month performing the 9 ‘In The Dark’ concerts in both Suffolk and London (most of which were sold out). The final 3 will be performed in the fabulous setting of Jesus College Chapel in Cambridge – all sold out – on Saturday 30 March.
That sees my final performance with ‘We Are Sound’. I’ve had a fabulous 5 years with them under the direction of the amazing Andrea Cockerton and will miss everyone so much, but it’s time for me to ‘take stock’ and cut down on a few things.
As ‘We Are Sound’ embark on another series of the ‘In the dark’ concerts, it took just 2 hours for all three Cambridge concerts being held in Jesus College Chapel, Saturday 30 March to be sold out. Tickets are still available for the Suffolk and London concerts – visit
It’s such an imaginative and brilliant concept – just one of many from our fabulous leader Andrea Cockerton.
This annual concert comes around so quickly and tomorrow Thursday (5th July) will be the twelfth year that we’ve played this outdoor event. It’s always packed with an enthusiastic audience, and we’ve only ever had to play indoors once due to inclement weather. So, tomorrow promises to be a glorious evening and Scotsdales complementary hospitality will be as wonderful as ever, no ticket needed, just turn up.
It was a privilege to perform a jazz concert with Hungarian pianist Zoltan Kovacs on MS Oscar Wilde in Switzerland. The 160 guests were a fabulous group of people and the crew were absolutely amazing.
Lavender and Lace is now on my YouTube channel and I’m looking forward to discussing it with BBC Cambridgeshire’s Sue Marchant on Sunday 3 June. I’ll be joined by Gerry Prusiewicz and Cathy Matthews who’s musicianship has helped make this track so beautiful.)
We had a great time playing jazz and blues and kicking off the Budleigh Salterton Gala Week. I was there for 6 days staying at the best B n B ever, so thank you Nicki for your wonderful hospitality in the fabulous setting of ‘Pebbles.’
Thank you Bowmers restaurant for the best Crab Soufflé I’ve ever eaten.
Musicians Pat Brandon, Marius Rudnick, Jim Newton and Peter Canter were just brilliant, many thanks for your wonderful musicianship.
Thank you Mark Warner for your wonderful hospitality and accommodation in your lovely home. The music was great and I look forward to your next visit to the UK to gig some blues again.
Paddle steaming on the Mississippi!