Gigging with 3AM in High Wycombe 28th September 2012
I’ll be gigging with 3AM on Saturday 28th September at the Belle Vue in High Wycombe.
3AM Insatiable Video 24th September 2012
3AM‘s video for Insatiable is now on You Tube
Please go and watch it and “like” it and then buy the album from iTunes
Gigging In Richmond With 3AM 11th September 2012
Gigging at the Great River Race on Richmond riverside with 3AM Saturday September 15th from about 1pm til 6pm.
September 8th, Postels Club Stevenage with 3 AM 3rd September 2012
I’ll be mainly playing bass with 3AM at Postels Club, Stevenage, September 8th 2012.
Check out 3AM’s gig list here ….
Wilkestock 2012 29th August 2012
Gunther Holtorf does 800,000 miles in a G-Wagen 24th July 2012
Check out this about Gunther Holtorf on the BBC web site. 800,000 miles over 23 years and still going.
Got me wondering, could it be done on a bike?
The Air Hilairs Gig 18th June 2012
I shall be playing bass on an assortment of old blues and dad rock numbers at the Half Moon, Herne Hill, July 7th from 7ish. If that floats yer boat, come and join us.
Help For Heroes 24th April 2012
Support Geoff Warren and the lads as they ride to Dubai on several Triumph Tiger 800 XCs raising money for Help For Heroes.
Check out their site at destinationdubai2012.com
Black Castle Hotel 24th February 2012
Turns out the place I stated in in Ivano-Frankivsks – The Black Castle Hotel is up for sale. Yours for a mere 4m bucks. If you’re going to the Euros this summer it’s well worth staying there. Read more about my motorcycle ride through Ukraine here.
Ace Cafe Adventure Bike Day 23rd February 2012
Spent Sunday 19th February (a surprisingly warm-ish and sunny day) at the Ace cafe with Dave and the lads from Jack Lilley showing off the new Triumph Tiger Explorer 1200 – I want one! Just as soon as I finish paying for the last trip 🙁
Met some great people there including Derek Mansfield who’s planning a similar trip.
Finally caught up with Alex Edwards – now we’re talking about Alaska to Chile some time soon.
Most of us dream of doing these kind of trips on big Beemers, KTMs or Triumphs and the like and doing it in relative comfort. Not Nathan Millward … he did Sydney to London on a Honda CT110 post office bike called Dorothy. Awesome.