Two days ago I received tragic news about the passing of my ‘little’ bro, Elma. I wanted to put down a couple of words whilst I enjoy some time offline and thank my friends for all their messages.
Usually by now, I am sharing a lengthy review of my experience of the Vocal Booth Weekender. Warts and all.
If you want to leave your own thoughts about VB2018 then please do so… who knows, they may make their way into a future revision of the VB story!
My story of the Vocal Booth dates back twenty years and will be available as a paperback book shortly. This post shares a few words for everyone that has followed my blog since it started and a few of my friends who only found me recently. Please take a read.
Wasn’t feeling 100% yesterday so there will be no show posted. Read this post if you are at all interested as to why. Thanks.
Last weekend I played a Soul Central track that reminded me of the show I did with Timmy, coincidentally, 6 years ago in May 2012. Here is a link to listen to the show on Soundcloud. It features lots of behind the scenes stories of how we started working and how we made Strings of […]
Clearly inspired by The VB Family, this is an edit of the Sister Sledge classic that I added some drums and the legendary acapella from Roland Clarke. I dropped it at SPW on the main stage and it works really well, but you need some balls to play it as the breakdown goes on forever.
My Blog kind of stopped a long time ago. I felt the need/desire to reach out to you, as a strong supporter, and share a couple of words. Take a read.
I hope you are still enjoying the weekly radio show because, as you know, no bastard ever writes me anymore 🙂
Whilst it’s been some time since I made anything new in the studio, it’s great to have a couple of releases back in the marketplace. Lover who Rocks You Previously re-released on vinyl is this beauty from myself and Timmy Vegas, under the guise of Johnny Rampin’ (a very loose way of paying tribute to […]
The man lovingly known as Snoopy passed away on Friday 9th March 2018. He was just 58 years old.
Here are a few words I’d like to put down in his memory.
An extended 3 hours of heat, opening up with a 30 min tribute to Mr Boyd Jarvis.