“A Saturday Night Collaboration” – live from the Railway Carriage Studio – with international guests and Michael Ots

On Saturday 9th May at 8:15pm, UK time, join a “collaboration” in the Railway Carriage Studio! 

I’m excited to welcome brilliant saxophonist Nick Beston (London) and Ukrainian violinist, Marina Gnatyshyna (Kiev) for this collaboration. Dewi Jones (Welsh National Theatre) will be engineering…

Tonight, Michael Ots will speak during the interval – a lot of us would travel to the next country to hear him but he’ll be right here “in” the Railway Carriage too.

The whole event runs from 8:15pm to 9:15pm… 

Hope you can join us all!


After the Railway Carriage Session…

Thank you for being a part of tonight – it was good to share this with you!

It would be great to keep the conversation going!


UK: Pop any feedback you want to in the form at the bottom of the page. If you include your mailing address, we’ll post a couple of books to you – Mark’s eyewitness account of Jesus’ life (Mark’s Gospel) – and the newly published “Where is God in a Coronavirus World?” by John Lennox.

Bosnia and Herzegovina: click here to email Lilja who will get in touch to chat more.

Serbia: Click here to contact Samuilo or Marijana, or head to their FaceBook page here. They have a Serbian translation of John Lennox’ new book and would post this to you with a Serbian Mark’s Gospel.

Listen to Michael Ots speaking about spiritual themes arising from the current crisis by clicking here. (I’m also singing at this event.)

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Keeping in touch…

Live from the “Railway Carriage Studio”

You’re Invited! On this Saturday 25th April, 8pm UK time, I’m planning to share some stories and songs for an hour – live on Facebook and through YouTube Live.

You’re welcome to join me! I’ll be in the little “Railway Carriage Studio” that I’ve been using for other streamed events.

I’d love it if you can come! It might be a good event to invite friends to as well… it’ll feel like one of those evenings that we’ve sat outside in a cafe together – or on some beautiful Balkan mountainside – and swapped songs!

See you at 8pm Saturday if you can! 



Stories and Songs in Bournemouth…

Loved playing in Bournemouth last weekend.

It was especially good to play with Stan Majerski on keys. We met in the Balkans and he produced and played on two albums that were developed out there: “Dreams of a Homecoming” and “This is for you”. We’ve also toured a lot together along with our larger five-price band.  In my opinion, the man is a genius – if you’ve heard his melodic solos and creative harmonies, I expect you agree!



Sharing an evening of “Stories and Songs”, we wanted to weave together music, conversation and visual art that point to the reality of the “God who is there”. The One who has come towards us in the person of Jesus to draw us into connection – relationship – with Him through His death and resurrection…

With one or two events most weeks until the end of March, I’ll keep you posted!

Here are some images taken on the evening by the gifted Bournemouth photographer, Loïc Salan…

Turquoise Tracks – Events Spring 2017

Looking forward to these events over the next few weeks… Perhaps see you there?!

15th Jan – Bournemouth, Landsdowne Church
23rd Jan – Bath Spa University: “RE-create”
30th Jan – Reading University
2nd Feb – Reading University
4-12 Feb – Oakhall Church, Caterham Events Week
13-14 Feb – Leeds University
20 Feb – Warwick University
27-28th Feb – Aberystwyth University
5 Mar – Belgrade, Serbia
10 Mar – Canterbury University
20-22 Mar – Banja Luka, Bosnia, University
23-25 Mar – Sarajevo, Bosnia, University



As promised, a few more images from 2015 so far…

Another highlight was playing in Edinburgh for the university events week. Here, my main role was to illustrate talks by Michael Green using the songs…

In Edinburgh, my main role was to illustrate talks by Michael Green using music...
In Edinburgh, my main role was to illustrate talks by Michael Green using music…

Great crowds at these events...
Great crowds at these events – venue, the massive and historic Greyfriars.

Live Music through 2015…

Great Cafe culture in Copenhagen... ideal for these events!

It’s been a busy few months playing in Edinburgh, London, Swansea, Sienna, Florence, Copenhagen…

As well as solo events, it has been great to work with friends like Michael Ots, Lindsay Brown, Michael Green who use these live songs as “illustrations” or “moments of reflection” during their talks to universities or other groups.

I’ll post a few shots over the next few days of some of these events!

Great Cafe culture in Copenhagen... ideal for these events!
Great Cafe culture in Copenhagen… ideal for these events!