Me and my favourite two drummers in the world. Chris Davis for his knowledge of music and songwriting ability from behind a kit and Charlie for his sheer technical expertise and thunder. It’s like Mo Tucker and John Bonham! More musicians to follow. I’m so excited about getting this together and playing live again with a new sound based upon the old one – heavy dynamics, good tunes and a rolling great energy that builds up.
Six By Seven’s first 10 song set from their recent reunion show at The Maze in Nottingham is being given away with this months MuZiK KluB. It’s a 16 track recording off the desk and sounds pretty rockin’ I can tell you. Left all the inter-song banter in it too.
There’s also 4 new tracks which sound great with this months MuZik KluB which are nearly half an hour long.
GET IT BY CLICKING HERE
six by seven EX EP
- Somewhere Between
- Lonely Night
Six By Seven Reunion Gig Live At Maze (4th March 2017) [FIRST SET]
- A Beautiful Shape
- European Me
- Something Wild
- Oh! Dear
- So Close
- Brilliantly Cute
- IOU LOVE
- Get A Real Tattoo
- Always Waiting For…
H A P P Y N E W Y E A R !
Nothing is gonna replace Bowie and all the other dearly departed but we’re trying to make this year a better one…
SIX BY SEVEN will be doing a signing session and playing 4-5 old classics at the ROUGH TRADE shop in Nottingham on February 22nd 2017. It’s completely FREE so bring your stuff down and get it all signed by the original line up and have your ears prepared for the two gigs to come! See you there…
The Kickstarter campaign to get the original line up to play two sets including the whole of The Closer You Get is under way. We need to sell 500 tickets to make this happen. C’mon people!!! This is your gig if you want it.
PLEDGE NOW, CLICK HERE OR ON THE PICTURE ABOVE.
Myself, Chris Davis, Sam Hempton, Paul Douglas and James Flower have agreed to get back together for a one off gig to perform the whole of The Closer You Get album and a second set full of great songs.
At the moment we have a date pencilled in for Saturday 4th March at the Islington Assembly Rooms in London.
This will be a unique event; it’s never happened before and will probably never happen again.
The important thing about this show is that it will only go ahead if you want it to as we are going to make it happen through crowdfunding.
It will be the best six by seven gig ever but entirely in your hands if it’s going to happen.
You will have a chance to buy a ticket between September 12th and September 30th.
TWELVE – N O _ C O U N T R Y
Grab your free download by clicking on the circle…
It’s an album I played live with 303 and 808 machines and mixed with sounds and dialogue from a film. For those of you who don’t do downloads you can buy a vinyl style CD in a card for just £5.00. It’s cosmic.
Twelve will be playing in London at the Sebright Arms on 16th January.
I went to see Ride last night at The Albert Hall in Manchester. I’ve met, the lovely, Mark Gardner a few times on my travels abroad and was lucky enough to be invited to a fantastic sold out show. It’s always a buzz going to Manchester. The sound was incredible, no way do I remember Ride being that good in the early ninetees. Second song, Like A Daydream, actually brought a tear to my eye, nostalgia is a sad thing, for me anyway! The atmosphere was incredible, a bit like what I would imagine a 60’s hippy festival would be like. All this talk of Britains Greatest Generation, yeah hats off to them but just ’cause we didn’t fly Spitfires doesn’t mean we didn’t count. Watching RIDE made me feel proud to be British in a strange way, so much great music, popular and on the fringes, and the fringes are always way more interesting.
I also met Bonehead from Oasis who just happened to come and stand right next to me in the VIP area (or in my case VIN – Very Important Nobody). I chatted to him afterward, what a nice man. We talked about how it feels to play Aquiesce full blast in front of 40.000 people, tattered hearing and how Noel Gallagher wrote Supersonic, from beginning to end, in just half an hour. He also confirmed to me that RIDE were never this good in the early ninetees. 🙂
Leave Them All Behind
Like a Daydream
Cool Your Boots
Black Nite Crash
Dreams Burn Down
Time of Her Time
I Wanna Be Your Dog