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I’ve just announced a solo set at London’s ULU on November 25th as part of the 2nd annual A Peaceful Noise event, which is part of the Nick Alexander Memorial Trust, commemorating my friend Nick, who died at the Bataclan. Lost Evenings is edging towards sold out, though there are still a few tickets left (including for the first two nights, keep looking people! The Campfire Punkrock Music Masters camp next summer is also selling well, if you want to come hang out in the Catskills and talk about songs for a few days, get your tickets while you can.
That’s all the news that’s currently fit to print, from me. This one feels a touch more significant, so I thought I’d say a few words about it before getting on a plane back to London.
Some tickets are still available, so I hope to see some of you there, and the rest of you on the road soon.
Just a quick update here to say hello and answer a few frequently asked questions of late. It’s a collection, and it features three types of songs.
The box-set and the vinyl will be available on December 15th. The DVD of show 2000 will be available on its own at some point down the road.
The Music Masters Camps have been going for a while now and have hosted some amazing artists – Steve Earle, Richard Thompson, Melissa Auf der Maur and others – so I was excited to be asked to take part.
We’ll get deep into my material, your material, arrangement, inspiration, all aspects of writing, and there’s also a plan for us to collectively work on some new material when we’re there.
I’m not entirely sure where things will go over the week, which is part of what makes it exciting to me.
We have an absolute mountain of world touring plans to go with that for next year, which will be announced in good time.
In the meantime, I’ll be in Mexico and Florida shortly.
But for the moment, we are collectively regrouping, focussing on new music, and indeed having some time at home with our loved ones.