Happy 2016 folks! I’m very pleased to announce I will be getting some culture into my life with a gig at the wonderful National Portrait Gallery on Friday the 5th Feb. Henry Willard will be joining me on double bass and the gig is free entry. There is limited seating available, so if you want to be comfy, get there early. More details on the NPG website http://www.npg.org.uk

National Portrait Gallery

It was a pleasure to visit Lewes again and my friends at Union music store. A great independent record store run by the Stevie and Jamie. You can buy CD copies of my album there amongst other things . They were also kind enough to do a little live video of one of my songs accompanied by Fiddes Smith on mandolin.

Anthony Weightman from AAA music has written a great 4 star review for “Tomorrow, then”

“Conrad’s intimate and sensitive music is often sparse, but full of vitality…he’s a skilled and talented musician who creates beautifully crafted songs”

Read the full review here


2 Screenshot 2015-03-12 16.21.10In the week of both the Brighton and London album launch it was great to get an interview and feature on the Cougar Microbes website. As well as writing some nice words, the feature also has a link to the free download of “Hand on my Heart” which you can get below.

Thanks to everyone who came out to the gigs. Your continued support means a lot and we had a blast. Support acts and musicians Joanne Louise Parker, Fiddes Smith , Seadog and Henry Willard were amazing and I was privileged to share a stage with them all.