Monthly archives: August 2014

Make Friends Easily

Yesterday I had the pleasure of coffee with James Guerrini from Mediaraft. He’s a nice bloke, and it was great to introduce ourselves, identify some areas of overlap and chat about how we might work together or for each other in future, who we could introduce to one another and so forth.

Mediaraft is based in the Talent Navigator Enterprise Hub in Walsall, so they’re local too. I like this because it means working with people I can meet face to face from time to time rather than conducting everything by phone or e-mail.

How did this meeting come about? I managed to appear in a list of suggested accounts to follow on Twitter. You can follow Mediaraft here, and me by clicking on the feed to the right of this page. Of course, I’m a massive fan of Internet based collaboration, but to see it work this easily is heartening.

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Some interesting times and forthcoming gigs.

Well, the school of Music Theory didn’t really take off. I’m still keeping the learning resources to hand in case a future use presents itself, and on that note I’m still happy to discuss options for schools who might want full or half day sessions.

The big news is that Dischord have been booked for a gig in September and had a triumphant Sunday afternoon jam in Walsall Arboretum last month.

Also in September, and October I’m honoured to be performing a couple of small gigs supporting evening events for charity. Although invite-only, it’s a great chance to do what I do best – make music and enjoy doing so.

Plans are afoot for Christmas Carolling in pubs around Aldridge and Walsall. If you want to get on board or suggest venues, by all means check out the Ales Beers and Carols blog.


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