I'm proud to be involved in the 2018 Ringwood Highland Games, especially in facilitating a new music initiative in the form of a new venue (Folk Tent). There will be music embracing Celtic traditions played throughout the day. We hope you enjoy your Games experience and don't forget to spend some time listening to the music as well as seeing the many exciting spectacles assembled for you!
On Sunday 8th of April as part of the opening celebrations, I'll be performing at the Emerald Community Hall with Jose Garcia and David Graham in a two hour concert. (Click on the image immediately above for more details.) Performing and Visual Arts in Emerald (PAVE) hold their annual week-long festival every April in the beautiful Dandenong Ranges and I'm delighted to return to this festival and provide more music I hope you enjoy!
Here's a traditional song recorded unplugged in my seaside cottage. It isn't a polished studio version, but it is live and it does have Jose Garcia singing and playing and guitar; as well as David Graham and his double bass!
You can stop, pause, adjust the volume or even replay 'Amazing Grace' by clicking on the appropriate buttons above. For more music samples, including originals, please go to my 'Music'page.
Hello and welcome! March 2018 Well it has been a busy year for me with some very exciting music and family projects on the go. For the latest news, please visit my social media - FaceBook (FB) pages. In particular the Tidal Moon FB page contains a great deal of specific information about upcoming gigs.
This website is currently undergoing some updates, so if you have problems accessing anything or want clarification on any points, please feel free to contact me.
Nouveau Folk I've been using this term in describing the genre I play because whilst the harp is known as a fairly traditional instrument, it is capable of a variety of music styles depending on how it is played and how it is accompanied.
So, whilst not normally associated in a pub setting, the harp has seen its fair share of drinking halls and loud venues.
The music whilst respecting tradition, can be upbeat as well as serene. It all depends on the journey the audience wants to take!