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
An old ukulele student of mine has started up in business as a photographer and came by my boat last week for a cheeky little photoshoot …you can see some of the photos above/below and find our more about the rest of his excellent work here –
We did a lovely little gig for Steve at Redbridge Green Fair Music Club in Ilford last Friday.
The venue literally looked like it was the set of a horror flick from the outside but was utterly charming inside as were the audience…
My entry for the band hipster photography competition
On stage with Candy and Chance
Another bid for the hipster photography prize
Robin and Candy pre show
Not quite our names in lights….
Venue looks like it has come out of a Hitchcock movie…
Chance’s entry for the competition
Candy’s entry for the hipster photo competition
Candy’s husband Dan was on snack duties
This week I contributed ukulele parts to a Christmas single being recorded by a community choir in Hackney and the choristers from
St Paul’s Cathedral along with some other folk.
John Hegley popped by this morning to record the rap in the middle eight and decided to stay for a cheeky jam. A nice way to start the weekend…
Here are a few choice pictures from our epic weekend at
Leigh Folk Festival – still my favourite festival of the year and this years was a stonker.
Dave and Robin stock up on carbs by the sea after cycling from London
Jane and Tim have a cheeky jam
Robin and Jane South performing on Sunday lunchtime in the scout hut
We came, we saw, we folked – Tim, Robin, Beth, Kate, Dave and Rose
Sitting within spitting distance, watching the brilliant Alasdair Roberts
Tim, Dave and Robin go paddling