I’m excited to be making a new album over the next few months and super excited that it’s on the theme of food and drinks. I’ve trawled the archives to find a wonderful selection of songs that are all about eating and drinking. They’re mostly songs from the middle of the twentieth century, things like I Want A Little Sugar in my Bowl, Peel Me A Grape, The Coffee Song, and Frim Fram Sauce. There are a few bluesy ones in there too, and a cheeky bossa nova.
I’ve got a crowdfunding campaign going on Pozible, where you can pre-order the album, help make it happen and even order a limited edition Brûlée tea towel or book a music lesson, a gig or a wine tasting. It’s super easy and you can sit back with a cup of tea and a slice of cake knowing you’re helping make art.

There’s a varied selection of me live on stage, live in my lounge room and on location on YouTube.
Here’s my favourite – a commission for the City of Whittlesea during the first covid lockdown in 2020

This video is one Paul Major from Major Photography made in December 2015 as part of The Creativity Project. It’s filmed at Mooramong, a wonderful Art Deco homestead south of Ballarat, owned by the National Trust.

Here’s a sneak peak of one track from my French album, C’est Si Bon. It’s available in hard copy from the ’boutique’ page or at a gig, and is now available for digital download over at bandcamp.

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