C o n c e r t s 2022


News and Gigs 2022

September 11th

I'll be playing a solo set at Newhaven (East Sussex) Bandstand in the afternoon. It's where I'm now living, and it's a free event. There's a bar and hopefully sunshine. More info

September 29th


























Return for their September Revue

… expect the unexpected …


Part salon, part Happening, part renegade revue –OFF / RADAR is an arts collective, curating nights
of unique performances, that are dynamic and unpredictable. 

Championing original live entertainment across music/ performance art/ film and spoken word, which often collides in exciting ways … OFF / RADAR nights are a full sensory experience.

Doors at 6pm     Live acts from 6:15pm     Eats available 6pm-8pm  Tickets £5

More info


The Jane Bom-Bane Songbook

A new double album's worth of Jane's songs is downloadable from Bandcamp and comes with a limited edition book of lyrics and photos. The first half of the album comprises songs that accompany her legendary mechanical hats, and the latter half features old recordings going back to her time as a Two-Tone artist, some revisitations, and some new songs with arrangements and production by yours truly. It's on Bandcamp here

Billy Bragg

The vinyl is now out of Billy's great new album 'The Million Things that Never Happened'. I'm playing fiddle on 'Freedom Doesn't Come for Free' and 5 string violin on the title track.

Available from many places of course, including here


Rosi Lalor

Rosi Lalor's beautiful new songs are featured on 'Strange Little Smile' which she kindly asked me to produce for her last year. It is available on Bandcamp here

Friends in Comedy:


Stewart Lee


Recored in York earlier this year, Stewart's fabulous 'Snowflake' is available to watch again here


Single B-side with Stewart Lee

Recorded 10 years ago in the attic of Bom-Bane’s Cafe in Brighton is Stewart Lee’s tribute to The Nightingales ‘Use Your Loaf’ which I recorded, mixed and played viola on. It’s a real 45rpm vinyl record:


Boothby Graffoe



Hartlepool’ and ‘TFAYCD’

Two brilliant songs by Boothby Graffoe with whom I had many enjoyable touring escapades. I’m playing fiddle and banjos on these tracks and joined by Kate Daisy Grant on ‘Hartlepool'