I'm playing out on the streets of Plymouth and Exeter pretty often - the people and the weather are generous - it's odd how the streets of Plymouth can seem a bit of a challenge on wet, windy days... Exeter has more sheltered busking spots (and Herbies is good for lunch!). I still busk in Plymouth, though, and now have a third CD for sale, with a slightly cheeky title, comprised of tracks I've been playing in the last year. If you would like a copy, please drop me an email.
I have a few events lined up for the summer and look forward to getting more bookings as the summer comes on - live sax-playing or classical flute pieces to accompany a wedding? That's romantic! Parties, civil ceremonies, surprising the love of your life? I am happy to play and can learn particular tracks, if there is a tune that is especially significant in your life.
Well, the weather looks rainy again tomorrow, so Exeter might not be a destination this week. Chance to read up on modality and practise all those scales, maybe... so, until the next time... Gx
Comment from: booboo [Visitor]
I have seen you playing in the street in Plymouth many times and heard from a friend at Uni about Timo’s party gis and that you’d be there. I have often thought you are a pretty good player and entertaining sopopped into Breadand Roses the other night, Sunday.
Sadlu you seemed a bit off and the crowd you were playing with was more that a bit crap. I had to leave as I felt embarrased at my poor lack of judgment.
I probably won’t got to the Calstock gig, especially if you have those morons in checked shirts and that arrogant lefthanded guitar tinker or should that be wanker.
I hope you didn’t let the idea of earing a few quid steer you into such playing with such decrepit cronnies.
I look out for you round Plymouth and may even throw you a penny if you are that desperate.
Jazz it up a bit don’t put yourself down.
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