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Burns’ Night Shenanigans – January 2012

My oh My, doesn’t the time fly…. Gigwise, January is usually a bit like the Parson’s Egg, starting out quite dead with a burst of activity near the end as people put on Burns’ Night events to celebrate the Scottish … Continue reading

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Summer, Autumn, Winter – via Spain and Tetbury…

Another biggish gap in publication means that I’m going to try and wrap up the rest of 2011 in this blog in one rush. Please try and keep up… August turned out to be quite a busy month for me. … Continue reading

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More Summer Shenanigan’s….

In July the sun is hot… (is shining? No it’s not! – Flanders and Swan) July kicked off with an appearance by the Chiltern Ceilidhs band at the Leagrave Youth Work Action Group Youth Festival to try and drum up … Continue reading

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Summer comes, summer goes…

Wow! Turn your back for a minute and it’s already November. No doubt I’ll be taken to to task by my friends in the Blogoshere for dropping the ball. Oh well on with the motley… End of May The MoonLighting … Continue reading

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May 15 to 21 – Hoedown Band at Salisbury Live…

I don’t usually rehearse on weekend’s but as neither of my regular bass players were available for next week’s gig at the Salisbury International Arts Festival (Salisbury Live 2011). I’ve asked an old friend and former regular enQ / MoonDance bass player … Continue reading

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Symbiotic Relationships (and other animals)

In the world of nature there are organisms that work together to each other’s benefit in a symbiotic relationship. If the relationship is beneficial to both then this is called ‘mutualism‘. There are also parasites. These feed off other creatures … Continue reading

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