This song is not mine, only the performance and the recording. It’s a traditional tune, and the words are by Ron Elliott.
It tells the true story of Hatfield miner Freddie Matthews who was killed on the picket line in 1972.
No, no, I’m not urging you to go and live in Wallasey, although it’s very nice from what I can see.
I’m actually telling you that I’m playing live in Wallasey this Sunday. I’m doing a full show, and it’s my last local gig for the foreseeable future so you’d best come along!View full post
The Department of Work and Pensions has today revealed new plans to ramp up their pressure on benefit claimants by scrapping benefit sanctions.
The DWP has announced that it is currently recruiting a crack team of songwriters to pen scathing ditties about claimants instead.View full post
Hey fellow weirdos! Here’s a first song for the new year which I’ve just finished recording. Oooh about five minutes ago.
It’s called The Odd Couple Song and it’s for all of us weirdos everywhere, with love.
I tend not to watch film adaptations of books that I’ve loved. I prefer the richness of books.
Books offer so much more than movies. Firstly, they are not limited by time. The author doesn’t need to fit the story into just 90 minutes.
I will be appearing in the production of All Quiet On The Western Front, starting this Friday at The Casa.
The production is a stage adaptation of the great anti war novel.
Liverpool has a sorry history in terms of its role in the horrific slave trade.
Much of Liverpool’s initial wealth was built on the profits from this trade in slavery, yet there were those at the time who argued vociferously against it.
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