In January the band and I went to record a live session for Bob Harris at Radio 2. Sadly it was the very same day that music lost the iconic, David Bowie. It was a very strange feeling that day as you can imagine. Now that session is going to be aired on Bob’s Sunday … Read more
We are glad to announce that the new album “I’ll Make The Most of My Sins” will be released through At the Helm Records on 16th September 2016.
Tri-Headline Tour with Robbie Cavanagh & Evering kicking off this June at the following venues: 3rd June @ Sacred Trinity, Salford – Tickets 7th June @ Rabbit Hole, London – Tickets 9th June @ Studio 2., Liverpool – Tickets Southern Fried Festival – 29th July 2016
This weekend’s gig at Thornton Hough Village Arts Club is now sold out. Really looking forward to a cracking night of music with support from Anna Corcoran.
Saturday, 12th March @ 12 noon in Building 6.
A delighted Robert receiving his Emerging Talent Award from Bob Harris. Grand finale performance which included all the acts performing on the night and Robert singing a few lines with Billy Bragg. A picture of the award up close.
We are delighted to confirm that Robert has been picked for the Whispering Bob Harris inaugural Under the Apple Tree Festival which takes place over May Bank Holiday weekend (27, 28, 29th May). Exact day and time to be confirmed closer the time. There are some fabulous acts already confirmed for this event and you … Read more
Robert appeared on the Billy Butler show on Radio Merseyside. Billy plays some tracks from the “Life in Easy Steps” album before Robert plays a couple of the new tracks live.
On 3rd February 2016 legendary Radio 2 DJ, Bob Harris, will be presenting Robert with his own personal Emerging Talent award at The UK Americana Association Awards event held in London. This exciting event features live performances from Cale Tyson, Gretchen Peters, Danny & The Champions of the World, Dreaming Spires, to name but a few. … Read more
Bob Harris played a track from “Life in Easy Steps” album for the second week in a row on his Sunday show. “Light of the Stars” features about 1 hour and 18 minutes into the show.