Wednesday, 4 March 2020

March On

This month, I am back on stage playing Bass with the fabulous Mr David Ryder Prangley! I can't wait to play songs from his debut solo album 'Black Magic & True Love', which was released last month!

 See us live:

Wednesday 11th March   


596 Holloway Road
N7 6LB
Doors 7-11pm

The album is available now on all the usual digital platforms, plus limited edition CD, and vinyl from here: Black Magic & True Love. Rehearsals have been fantastic and I have greatly enjoyed being back in the studio with the band playing the songs we recorded together last year.

In other news, and in case you missed it on my YouTube channel, I uploaded a new video featuring music created by Adie Hardy and me! I will be releasing more classical music later this year so if you haven't already, subscribe to my channel so you don't miss my new videos! :-) Enjoy...

As we enter into March and the promise of warmer weather, I have begun thinking about Storytime events! I'm thrilled to announce I have been invited back to this year's Brompton Annual Open Day! Last year, I had so much fun at this lovely community event and Storytime in the beautiful chapel with the children was magical! I am really looking forward to being back there again this year! This month, I am also remodelling and upgrading my studio which is super exciting!

Marching on in March...


Sunday, 16 February 2020

Into The Vortex

It has been a while since my last blog post and a lot has happened! I feel like this is a significant point in time, both in my career and in my personal life. Recently, I have been spending a lot of time in nature finding inspiration, writing, and gaining clarity. Mystification is simple; clarity is the hardest thing of all. It's a lack of clarity that creates chaos and frustration. If you find you are searching for clarity in any situation, try going into nature and you may find the answers to the questions you seek.

From nature, we learn, that everything grows and flows. Nothing is still, it's ever-moving, ever transforming. Ever hopeful. It's important to stay connected with yourself and to understand that you too are always transforming. Change can be painful but it's part of life. I am learning to embrace it!

After several weeks in the wilderness, I returned to civilisation with fresh ideas and new stories! In fact, my first audiobook of the year is already in the making! This is my 17th Music Audio Story and one I have wanted to write for a long time. It's about bookworms and I am going to dedicate it to the wonderful libraries I visit with my Storytime! Being in nature is the perfect place to find inspiration for my animal characters and this new story is one of my best! With my pen, I'll take over the WORLD! Ugh! Has anyone seen my pen?

This month, I was back in the studio working on the production of my new audiobook and rehearsing with David Ryder Prangley, who has just released his solo album! I'm so proud to be part of such a fantastic record with so many other talented musicians. Working with these guys really is amazing! Check out the album here: Black Magic & True Love.

I have more news but for now, don't look down, don't look back.
Look forward, look up.


“To the girls, to the women, to the mothers, to the daughters, who hear music bubbling within, please speak up, we need to hear your voices.”
-Hildur Guðnadóttir