Amongst all the album reviews it’s great to see a review of the launch gig itself, so thanks to Louise Baldock for such a full review on her blog.
Louise is a Liverpool Labour Councillor, and blogger extraordinaire.
I spent last Monday having the most delightful chat with the legendary broadcaster and musician Stan Ambrose about my new album, We Can Make The World Stop.
High praise for John Lennon Said, Chasing Yourself, and Together in particular.
Another great review for the We Can Make The World Stop album, this time from the student wing of the city.
Ian Hall of LiverpoolStudentMedia.com writes:
“From start to finish the whole album is delightfully crafted, well written and excellently sung.”
To all who came last night to the Casa, and to everyone who listened in live online, a mega thankyou.
Not much more to say is there :-)
See you at The Casa at 7.30pm.
It’s on Hope Street, Liverpool (between The Phil and The Everyman), and the post code for you sat navvers is L1 9BQ.
Ooooh don’t you love a good old knees up.
Tomorrow is the launch gig / party for my new album We Can Make The World Stop, jointly hosted by Liverpool Acoustic Live.
It’s at The Casa, 29 Hope Street, Liverpool.
Leafing through the pages of the Metro newspaper today on the train, I saw my ugly mug staring out at me – alongside a review of my new album, We Can Make The World Stop.
Another review of the new album ‘We Can Make The World Stop’ has arrived on my desk, this time from the influential Liverpool Acoustic website.
“The album is a real gem from a performer, songwriter and storyteller at the top of his game.
We’re less than 4 weeks away from the launch of my brand new album We Can Make The World Stop.
To celebrate, I’m holding a FREE launch party on Friday 28th August, in conjunction with the very fine people at Liverpool Acoustic Live (see their feature and podcast on the liverpoolacoustic website).
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