Across the Humber Next Stop Barnard Castle

Far Ings Nature Reserve on the banks of the Humber was a lovely venue to play music. After spending the afternoon helping the staff to fence off some Bee Orchids, we had some pizza and set up ready for the…

Baconsthorpe to Barton Upon Humber

Wednesday was a mad scramble of last minute packing before setting off in Bluebell for 3 month's travelling. I'd tried not to pack anything unnecessary, but somehow the items kept piling up; tool boxes, guitars, clothes, 10 gallons of deionised…

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Every week during my Floating to the Fringe 2015 Tour there was a free download up for grabs of my new CD 'Lost in the Land of Midnight Sun'.…

Floating Artists to the Fringe

Supported with funding from Arts Council, I've been able to book some fantastic acts to come and play during my Floating to the Fringe Tour 2015. Many of them will also be joining me at the Edinburgh Fringe, where I'm

Floating to the Fringe 2015

My tour plans are shaping up nicely now, with most of the dates for England booked, and many Scottish dates just waiting to be confirmed. I’ve come up with the title ‘Floating to the Fringe 2015', which I think represents the…

Cool Camping

My feet ached almost as much as my jaws by the end of last week as I’d spent most of it walking round all the local shops and businesses in North-Norfolk telling them about my tour and opportunity of advertising…

Milk and More

It’s been a busy few weeks. There’s so much to think about when you start planning a tour that sometimes you forget the reason you’re doing it – which is to play music! So it was nice to get away…

Life in the Fast Lane

When I started telling people about my idea to tour Britain in a milk float, one of the first things my friends (and anyone else I could find who was willing to listen) would say, was “why a milk float?”.…