Naomi, Rachel and I had the privilege of sharing a stage with
Peggy Seeger last month in Oxford during our Three Acres And A Cow show at House of the Commons.
Carry Greenham home and Hey Ho Cooke and Rowe, sharing her personal memories of the Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp as well as joining us for our rendition of Ewan Maccoll’s The Manchester Rambler about the Kinder Scout mass trespass of 1932.
Since reading Peter Cox’s amazing book
Set Into Song, Peggy has been one of my idols, so to meet and perform with her was a delight.
I have been pointing microphones at myself and things close to me quite a bit recently. I thought I might share a couple of photos to show you the sorts of places I record my music. Sounds to follow soon too no doubt! #album #number5
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Oh golly gosh, I was up in Northumberland to see my Nana for a peaceful break after the ‘
Three Acres And A Cow‘ spring tour, when a nasty big blue bus cut me up on my bike… and then I had a little unplanned chance to sing to David Cameron… Quite an unexpected bit of serendipity perhaps?
This interview is a good place to start if you want to know my thoughts –
Due to popular demand I have begun a campaign to get ‘F**k off back to Eton’ to number 1 during the general election – subscribe here to be kept in the loop with updates –
Here is a chord sheet, I’d love to hear your version – use the hashtag #fuckoffbacktoeton on twitter and I’ll find it –
download the chord sheet and lyrics to ‘F**k Off Back To Eton
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