On our way to the big smoke to perform live & chat on Resonance FM this lunchtime - tune in wherever you are in the world from 12-1:30pm (GMT) on http://resonancefm.com
On our way to the big smoke to perform live & chat on Resonance FM this lunchtime - tune in wherever you are in the world from 12-1:30pm (GMT) on http://resonancefm.com

On our way to the big smoke to perform live & chat on Resonance FM this lunchtime - tune in wherever you are in the world from 12-1:30pm (GMT) on http://resonancefm.com

A preview of the B-side from my next release “Reed” which is a limited edition 7” Vinyl A & B side & Digital - out on October 1st & you can pre-order the vinyl from my Pledge Music campaign here. Many thanks & enjoy. x

Cover image by Heather Polley.

Jack & me rehearsing for tonight’s gig in Bristol.
Jack & me rehearsing for tonight’s gig in Bristol.

Jack & me rehearsing for tonight’s gig in Bristol.

Gig Alert !

Hi just a heads up for UK peoples, I’ll be performing at The Grain Barge in Bristol this Friday (29th Aug) at 9pm, tickets £4 & supporting jazzers ‘Zeitgeist’.

This is Jack. We’re working on a track today aptly named August, which is in part a reworking of elements from earlier tracks. It’s exciting & sounds great! We hope to record & let it loose this month. August is an often too little used word, describing something or someone as impressive, eminent or venerable. Ace.
This is Jack. We’re working on a track today aptly named August, which is in part a reworking of elements from earlier tracks. It’s exciting & sounds great! We hope to record & let it loose this month. August is an often too little used word, describing something or someone as impressive, eminent or venerable. Ace.

This is Jack. We’re working on a track today aptly named August, which is in part a reworking of elements from earlier tracks. It’s exciting & sounds great! We hope to record & let it loose this month. August is an often too little used word, describing something or someone as impressive, eminent or venerable. Ace.

Another CD arrives from Asia with my music on, this time its a beautiful compilation of intricate compositions from like-minded artists & in a stunning case with amazing graphics on the sleeve. Many thanks to Raya Kim / South Korea / Yourmind publishing.
Another CD arrives from Asia with my music on, this time its a beautiful compilation of intricate compositions from like-minded artists & in a stunning case with amazing graphics on the sleeve. Many thanks to Raya Kim / South Korea / Yourmind publishing.

Another CD arrives from Asia with my music on, this time its a beautiful compilation of intricate compositions from like-minded artists & in a stunning case with amazing graphics on the sleeve. Many thanks to Raya Kim / South Korea / Yourmind publishing.

Amazing skies over our beloved Shropshire hills, I really appreciate living near this, both good for the soul and a constant source of inspiration.
Amazing skies over our beloved Shropshire hills, I really appreciate living near this, both good for the soul and a constant source of inspiration.

Amazing skies over our beloved Shropshire hills, I really appreciate living near this, both good for the soul and a constant source of inspiration.

The 3rd Edition (Japanese edition) of my debut came out last week & a sample of their wonderful packaging of the album came to me in the post today. I’m so thrilled that this album, which was conceived with many challenges and near tragedy, continues to take flight around the world. THANK YOU. x

I’ve been using this lovely piece of software to make lush sounds & am currently completing the next album with it, its free & created by a great US modern composer / indie-classical artist Christopher Tignor (wiresundertension.com). I hope to share something from it very soon with you.
I’ve been using this lovely piece of software to make lush sounds & am currently completing the next album with it, its free & created by a great US modern composer / indie-classical artist Christopher Tignor (wiresundertension.com). I hope to share something from it very soon with you.

I’ve been using this lovely piece of software to make lush sounds & am currently completing the next album with it, its free & created by a great US modern composer / indie-classical artist Christopher Tignor (wiresundertension.com). I hope to share something from it very soon with you.

LIVE NEXT WEEK ! 
LIVE NEXT WEEK ! 

LIVE NEXT WEEK ! 

TINY LEAVES - NEXT LIVE SHOW -

ST-MARTINS-IN-THE-BULLRING / BIRMINGHAM / 06-06-14 / 12:30 - 1:00PM GRATUIT !
TINY LEAVES - NEXT LIVE SHOW -

ST-MARTINS-IN-THE-BULLRING / BIRMINGHAM / 06-06-14 / 12:30 - 1:00PM GRATUIT !
TINY LEAVES - NEXT LIVE SHOW -

ST-MARTINS-IN-THE-BULLRING / BIRMINGHAM / 06-06-14 / 12:30 - 1:00PM GRATUIT !

I’d like to say that here in the UK we are experiencing one of the most remarkable Springs I can remember as our trees, burgeoning with clouds of tiny flowers, are applauded by a raucous chorus of birdsong. Driving back from the Welsh coast yesterday I was struck the perfect spring green rolling fields were with their own soundtrack of the new lambs’ distant bleating under very welcome sea-blue skies. As I write this I’m over the half-way point with the next album which has had a surge of new parts and pieces & likewise new energy. I’m quite surprised by how it develops, in particular one track, initially intended to be the entire album. I left this track for a number of months as it became too big to work with and thought I’d reduce it in length to make it like the other tracks fitting into a more conventional album like the last one. However in revisiting it recently, with the motivation to cut it back, I began playing around with alternative arrangements of a Piano section, to which I added string accompaniment, only to land with another entire section, thus lengthening the piece. I’m now considering this to be a double album or something similar. In any case the hope is to begin finalising pieces and going into the studio before not to long. xx 
I’d like to say that here in the UK we are experiencing one of the most remarkable Springs I can remember as our trees, burgeoning with clouds of tiny flowers, are applauded by a raucous chorus of birdsong. Driving back from the Welsh coast yesterday I was struck the perfect spring green rolling fields were with their own soundtrack of the new lambs’ distant bleating under very welcome sea-blue skies. As I write this I’m over the half-way point with the next album which has had a surge of new parts and pieces & likewise new energy. I’m quite surprised by how it develops, in particular one track, initially intended to be the entire album. I left this track for a number of months as it became too big to work with and thought I’d reduce it in length to make it like the other tracks fitting into a more conventional album like the last one. However in revisiting it recently, with the motivation to cut it back, I began playing around with alternative arrangements of a Piano section, to which I added string accompaniment, only to land with another entire section, thus lengthening the piece. I’m now considering this to be a double album or something similar. In any case the hope is to begin finalising pieces and going into the studio before not to long. xx 

I’d like to say that here in the UK we are experiencing one of the most remarkable Springs I can remember as our trees, burgeoning with clouds of tiny flowers, are applauded by a raucous chorus of birdsong. Driving back from the Welsh coast yesterday I was struck the perfect spring green rolling fields were with their own soundtrack of the new lambs’ distant bleating under very welcome sea-blue skies. As I write this I’m over the half-way point with the next album which has had a surge of new parts and pieces & likewise new energy. I’m quite surprised by how it develops, in particular one track, initially intended to be the entire album. I left this track for a number of months as it became too big to work with and thought I’d reduce it in length to make it like the other tracks fitting into a more conventional album like the last one. However in revisiting it recently, with the motivation to cut it back, I began playing around with alternative arrangements of a Piano section, to which I added string accompaniment, only to land with another entire section, thus lengthening the piece. I’m now considering this to be a double album or something similar. In any case the hope is to begin finalising pieces and going into the studio before not to long. xx 

Behind the scenes photography of TINY LEAVES | ABRAHAM Video beautifully captured by Suzanne Nolan  shot last summer.

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