I am proud to be performing an hours set at the radical folk gig for the 96 on Saturday March 30th at The Casa.
The National Union of Teachers is sponsoring this fundraising gig. The event is fringe event of the NUT’s National Conference and is open to the public.
For those of you keen to see me playing in Liverpool again, I’ve just confirmed a booking with Barry Briercliffe at Liverpool’s Studio Two in August.
Well I’ve got my Santa suit and yes I look very silly in it.
I’ll be running 5k in it on Sunday too, so I’ll be sweaty and silly.
But all in a good cause, so please sponsor me.
A couple of weeks ago I accepted an invite to have a sneak preview of a brand new Liverpool venue that launches tomorrow and is open for business from Friday night onwards.
Fans of left wing music are in for a treat on Tue 20th September when Otis Gibbs comes to The Phil.
On Monday (August 15th) I’ll be singing as part of the Liverpool Bloody Tuesday Commemoration.
This is the 100th anniversary of the day that two unarmed Liverpool men were shot dead by soldiers on Vauxhall Road during the 1911 Transport Strike.
This one is off topic in terms of music, but I’m involved in a social history project surrounding Liverpool Football Club.
I’m wanting your photos (and vids if you have them) that relate to supporting Liverpool Football Club in the 1960s.
As well as my usual stuff of writing songs and singing my little head off, I’ve also been doing some film making this past year as part of social enterprise Great Stories.
On Saturday 5th February there will be a march and rally in Liverpool against the ConDem cuts featuring Tony Benn, myself, and also the Liverpool Socialist Singers.
I’ve decided to go on tour during 2011.
But this time with a difference.
I did a UK tour on my last outing.
I travelled as far north as bonnie Scotland, and as far South as Brighton. A lot of fun it was too.
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