Post gig. Frazzled. Cheers to those who came out. Cheers to ‘The Dog’. Cheers to The Doubters. Shook off some dust. Kicked up dirt.
Had the most awesome time last night. Thanks to those who came out – it’s always appreciated. If you get the chance, go catch Danny And The Champions Of The World. They really are on blistering form.
With the last solo gig of the year out the way it’s time to focus on the next gig: Jim Dead & The Doubters join Dog Moon Howl at The 13th Note on November 20th. That’s gonna be ace.
So, I’ve been back in the studio these last few months working one some new music. Full band stuffs. I’ve been joined by some good friends and we’re sounding pretty good, too. We’ve been capturing some audio and video and will continue to do so. I expect there’ll be something for your ears and eyes soon.
I’ll also be playing my last gig of 2014 next Sunday (October 12th) at Broadcast in Glasgow – again opening for the brilliant Danny And The Champions Of The World.
In the meantime, here’s a snap of me working on something new.
got a mention in Blabber ‘n’ Smoke’s review of the Mark Eitzel gig:
“… Jim Dead who delivered his dry and dusty ballads with sombre guitar and bleak words, bleached and burned like a Peckinpah movie left out in the sun”.
So. It’s been a while since I ventured out onto a stage. But guess what, I have my first solo performance this year coming up next Saturday, August 16th, at Glasgow’s Broadcast. Supporting the most excellent Mark Eitzel, no less.
You can expect a couple of new songs in the set, too. A sneak peak of what I’ve been working on with The Doubters the last while.
Tickets are £14, but if you’re planning on coming along drop me a message here with your name and I’ll throw you down on the ‘discounted entry list’. That’ll get you entry for a cool £7.