This Friday, February 25th, I shall be playing at the King & Queen, just off Oxford Street. It’s a small and highly intimate show and also free. Pop along if you can.

The radio session for Phoenix FM I took part in shall be aired on March 2nd between 10-11pm. Catch it on 98.0FM or Thank you so much to all the guys involved – Phoenix FM & Creative – they were recording bands for over 24 hours, one of which was Imogen Heap!

After which I shall be heading down to the Windmill, Brixton on March 7th to support Oh No Oh My! Tickets are £7 plus booking from here

And, just in case you missed it, my Ltd Edition Valentine’s Day cover song it up for a few more days over at here


I’m blessed and privileged to be supporting the wonderful  Oh No Oh My at the Windmill, Brixton March 7th. Second Soul Co. shall also be playing. Tickets are £7 that you can pick up in advanced here. If you haven’t had the chance to ever catch Oh No Oh My before, try to catch them on this tour, they’re not to be missed.

Currently I’m in the process of piecing together an EP, due for release in March, titled Demonstrating Disasters. This will be available for free download or on a limited run CD.

I have a couple of radio sessions coming up; first, I shall be performing 3 songs for Phoenix FM as part of their 24 hour band project. Second, The Ivy Leaf Agreement – a pre-mixed early cut from the Demonstrating Disasters EP – shall be played on Tom Robinson’s BBC Radio 6 show, Fresh On The Net.

It’s almost spring, people!


Just in time for Christmas, we’ve managed to get printed up 50 limited edition Wolf Choir tote bags! Designed by my good friend Jon Daulby and printed by the dudes and dudettes at the awesome Get A Grip screen printers. Not only do we now have totes, but there’s also new badges up for grabs too! Pick up some bits from the merch store for your friends, family, or maybe even yourself!

Just as a brief update; I’m currently playing bass in my friend’s band, Former Utopia. You can catch us playing at the following dates

9th October, 2010 – Peel Day – Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes, London
24th October, 2010 – Bellini – Windmill, Brixton
27th November, 2010 – Chris Browkaw & Geoff Farina – Luminaire, Kilburn

This does not mean that the Wolf Choir is over. We’re slowly preparing things and hoping to record by the end of the year.

Hope you’re all well


Sept 10th Hadleigh Ford, his drummer James and I will be playing for our friend’s charity in KFC, Brentwood.

Other acts, to be confirmed, will be joining us too, whilst pieces of art and various other items have been donated to sell.

The fun starts at 7:30, so pick up a bargain bucket and donate some cash if you can!

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