Leon Rosselson comes to town as part of the Working Class Life & Music Festival on Friday (22 April).
The event takes place at the wonderful setting of Sefton Park Palm House and, better still, Rich Man’s Ruin are playing support.
I was delighted to be present on Saturday at The Nerve Calendar launch at The Bluecoat.
As well as a host of fantastic performances, the Liverpool Socialist Singers gave a debut performance of my song The Limerick Soviet.
Radical song takes over the Bluecoat’s John Lennon bed in tomorrow (Saturday) when myself, the Liverpool Socialist Singers, and a gaggle of other radical songsters will be climbing into bed for a day of peace and protest.
Come along and support us.
I’ll be performing with Vinnie T Spen in Manchester on Monday 16 August, running through some of the set list of our band Rich Man’s Ruin. (Gabi is on her hollybobs or else she’d be with us too).
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.
Wayhay! There’s just two weeks to go until the launch of my new album We Can Make The World Stop. Listen to the album here.
The launch party is being run in partnership with the fabulous Liverpool Acoustic Live event, whose brainchild and engine is Graham Holland from the Liverpool Acoustic website.
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