How would you describe yourself?
I'd normally tell you to ask my friends about that, I'm not big on describing myself. A
little awkward, quite strange, short for my height and, generally, quite energetic.
How would you describe your music?
A little bit country, a little heartland acoustic. Some covers, some originals.
I try and keep a mixed bag, so there's something for everybody.
Which song would you dump in room 101?
There are plenty that could go in. I think the biggest would probably have to be Swagger
Jagger, possibly just because it's the most recent.
Who is your inspiration?
I wouldn't say I have had inspiration from anybody famous really, it's mostly come
from those closest to me. Those that have given me the biggest push and given me the
confidence to get up on stage and who've kept me going when I've felt like dropping out
are probably Jay Clark and Terry Walls. You may not have heard of them, but if you get
the chance to work with them, don't miss out. They are geniuses, and good people.
What annoys you most?
Bad grammar. Bad punctuation. Bastardisation of the English language. And sweetcorn on
pizza (though I love pineapple).
What's your favourite pudding?
I'm lactose intolerant now, so currently it's a cigarette. If I buy the tablets that
allow me to eat dairy, then probably cheesecake, or double clotted cream ice cream.
Are you in love?
No. it's just a silly phase I'm going through.... don't forget it.
Do you have a reccurring dream? If so, what is it?
I don't think so. Every now and then, I think I have one about being naked on stage...then I remember it's not a dream. Happens whenever Jay plays 'The Stripper'.
Where did you play at Worcester Music Festival?
Swan with Two Nicks.
What was the experience like?
Haha, um. Weird. I was actually the promoter for the venue and had to spend a lot of time
filling in for acts that were unable to make it (over the entire weekend, four acts had to
cancel for various reasons). As well as playing, I was running around selling raffle
tickets and making sure the audience was happy, as well as trying to enjoy the great
artists we had playing. At the end of the day, though, it was one of the best things I've