Upcoming gigs – Autumn 2009

A typical Sunday Driver gig - cakes, suigar mice, people dressed as Victorians, and damn fine music

A typical Sunday Driver gig - cakes, suigar mice, people dressed as Victorians, and damn fine music

I’ve got quite a lot of gigs coming up – it would be lovely to see you at one!

This thursday (and every other thursday except the last of the month) I’m playing jazz with Ricky Fabulous at the Snooty Fox in Canonbury. The food is great, the beers are tasty and the music is smooth and joyful, so do come along. We usually start about 8.30 and play until 11 (with a break in the middle). We’re back there again on the 1st October.

This Saturday (19th) I’m playing with Sunday Driver at the Good Ship in Kilburn – we’re headlining so we’ll be on after ten. It’s going to be a fab gig, as we have new tabla maestro Goshi playing with us, and it sounds awesome. Facebook invite here.

More Sunday Driver gigs in October – playing with a reduced lineup at the Bedford in Balham on Monday 12th October .

Then we’re playing at the Queen Elizabeth Hall on the Southbank on Thursday 15th October – it will be an amazing gig, part of the Nightshift season. We start at 9pm, I think.

Sunday Driver are on yet again at the Green Carnation in Soho on Tuesday 20th October – again, not sure what time, if you’re thinking of coming down let me know.

If you’re into comedy and music, I’m appearing with the Mystery Fax Machine Orchestra at their Halloween gig on 30th October – I think it’s at the Luminaire in Kilburn – more details to follow.

Finally – here’s an advance but very important date for your diaries. Sunday Driver are at the Cafe de Paris in central London (off Leicester Square) on Friday November 13th – please try and come down.  It’ll be a great night if loads of people come. There will be special surprises and everything!

I’m still playing with the Shadow Orchestra, but we’re currently in the studio working on new tracks and recording an EP. Our next confirmed gig is the 29th November at Cargo, supporting the Filthy Kicks.

Lovely 🙂

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