Ain’t that the Truth?

Salt should season right, ain’t that the truth?  The thoughts behind our song ‘Ain’t That The Truth?’ Recently, Kevin and I made some new friends, an inevitable and thoroughly enjoyable result of touring with our music; but this time we met someone I really need to tell you about. We were invited to take part in... Continue Reading →

Let’s do lunch…

We British have  one or two polite stock phrases readily to hand for those times when we want to say something, but don’t really have anything meaningful in mind at that moment. Apparently they are known as ‘phatic exchanges’. ‘Nice weather we’re having…’ is one, and ‘lovely day isn’t it?...’is another. Also ‘must do lunch... Continue Reading →

Throw out the Walking Stick…

There is a temptation to believe that God only turns up at big Christian festivals, or in buzzing charismatic churches. We really should have learned by now, that He turns up wherever He is invited – from damp prison cells to dusty pews, and from crowded shopping malls to isolated mountain tops. Yesterday we played... Continue Reading →

Ivory Towers…

Thoughts behind the song ‘That Ain’t Livin'’,  from the album ‘Fears, Secrets and Lies’. Yesterday, stopping for an urgently needed call of nature at a motorway service station on the M4, I was assailed by a large poster of a cheerful young woman, confidently encouraging me to ‘follow the road to happiness’. Her ‘road to... Continue Reading →

The World is Smaller Than You Think…

You know those times when you’re in a restaurant where the tables are a bit close together, and the person at the next table decides that they’re going to get to know you, get involved in your conversation, and generally make a thorough nuisance of themselves? Well, I’m very sorry, but, although I try to... Continue Reading →

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