I do Like to be Beside the Sea Side!
These last few weeks have been something of a whirl and today I have been sorting out the few loose ends which needed tieing for my new Music Hall album “The Good Old Days”. I can’t belive how quickly it has come together and much of this is down to the talented people I have around me. In particular Richard who is an amazing musician and who I work with very closely on my musical arrangements and Rachel my web-design who like me is so particular about design, presentation and making sure every last detail is spot on. Then there are all the talented photographers I’ve been privileged to work with over many years so this is a product I’m very proud of and something I’m looking forward to sharing with you all. With regards launch date I’m aiming for the 30th July as I’m off up to Leeds on the 31st and then straight down to the Isle of Wight on the 1st for The IOW Steam Railway’s Victorian Weekend so it’s important I get everything organised and sorted for then. I popped into Rachel’s last night after my show and went over the design – this morning I was at the printers and now everything has been approved and in full production. So not long now! Keep watching this space and I shall keep you all posted!
This week I have been out and about performing another mixed bag of shows from “Hooray for Hollywood” to WW1 and “Pack up Your Troubles” to a “Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree” show booked in for tomorrow and a Summer Garden party on Saturday before I head up to Wythenshawe Hall in Manchester for their 1940s weekend. I need to just double check the times but I’m down to be on stage at 12.30pm and 3pm so I hope you can all make it along. Some of you may remember I had the pleasure of performing at Wythenshawe Hall on Easter Sunday this year for their Victorian event so it’s lovely to be booked back and I hope very much I will be working with Scarlett their resident Soprano again.
That’s about all my news for now as I must type up my show plans for this and next weekend.
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