My new album now available at Bandcamp, is called Fir Tree Days. Why? Well I grew up in the tiny village of Fir Tree In the Wear valley area of County Durham, England.
I had a brilliant childhood there, with great friends, long summer days playing, long winter days sledging.
My Dad was a mounted Police Officer on Durham Police and he and my mam moved from Sunderland to Harperly Hall in County Durham. It was here that the Police horses were based. Only half a mile from the village of Fir Tree. I was born in Wear valley and spent my first 6 years of life living in a Police house at Harperly Hall before we moved to No.6 Police House in the village of Fir Tree. And that’s when all the fun started.
This site features my composing style that I hope will interest you for any Film or TV projects you may have, and please don’t hesitate to contact me if you need any further info.
I’m always adding new tracks regularly so please keep coming back.
And thanks for popping by, I hope you like the music and I hope you come back soon or even better here’s hoping we can work together on your next project 🙂
Many thanks to :
- Chris Paciorek.
- Nick Grant
- Lee Emmerson.
- Fred Purser.
- Ray Laidlaw.
- Mike J Hadfield.
- Bob Fischer BBC Radio Tees
- Nick Roberts BBC Radio Newcastle
- Tom Robinson BBC 6 Music and Fresh On The net
- Brian Brasher.
They all helped in one way or another, by giving their time ,their brilliant advice, their talent and their airtime.
And a huge thank you to Kevin Morrow, Rob Burrows and Mike Tweddle for their Films.