We’ll have to wait until October to see these shows now, October 3rd in London and the 4th in Sheffield. The album is out now.
This month sees Martyn Ware’s legendary British Electric Foundation project take to the road for two very special shows, featuring a host of special guests including our very own David J. Roch. Dates are Shepherds Bush Empire on Friday 17th May and O2 Academy Sheffield on Saturday 18th May. www.ticketweb.co.uk
This has to be one of the best looking CDs I’ve ever seen, and David’s on it! http://britishelectricfoundation.com/
David is safely back from the US where he recorded in Nashville (watch this space for info on this) and played in New York. This month is putting the finishing touches to the album and sorting the artwork out. Exciting!
Right, well that time of year is upon us once again. The days are short, the nights are cold and soon a strange man with a beard will be creeping around your houses. I, however, have been rather busy with a little flurry of shows. I supported Ethan Johns at the beautiful St Pancras Old [...]
A welcome return to the Slaughtered Lamb. I’m at the Slaughtered Lamb in London on Tuesday 24th July. It’s a lovely place, always a great gig there and I am very much looking forward to playing there again. Do come down of you are free, I’m on at 09.30
Well the new album is shaping up nicely, from saxophones to a 15 piece male choir chanting ‘There’ll be Hell to pay’ everything is as you would expect from an undertaker who just happens to write the odd tune too. However this is certainly not ‘Skin & Bones’ part 2, but rather an evolution, as [...]
I should be writing about my music, however I have another job which takes up a lot of my time and thoughts. I work as an Undertaker for a small, family run business on the outskirts of Sheffield, a perfectly normal yet also equally abnormal job. There has been speculation about whether my writing is [...]