Reblog: Freeze – The Nick Gladdish Band

A brief view of the recording project I’ve been involved in, told by bass player from the same band (and dear friend), Groovebox Adam: Freeze – The Nick Gladdish Band I feel like my entire musical career has been an endless challenge to do what I can under unfavourable circumstances. So when the pandemic hitContinue reading “Reblog: Freeze – The Nick Gladdish Band”

New single ‘Freeze’ released this Sunday (20.12.20)

The Nick Gladdish Band are finally releasing the second single from our upcoming album, Last One Get The Lights, after a little over two months of recording, overdubbing, mixing and mastering! The song is called Freeze, and will be available via all the usual online streaming outlets such as Spotify, Amazon, iTunes, Deezer, etc… ThisContinue reading “New single ‘Freeze’ released this Sunday (20.12.20)”

Back in the studio (part 3)

Last night, we got the final session of tracking done (on a new album for The Nick Gladdish Band), with a day left until lockdown #2 comes into effect across the UK. Nick met drummer & producer John Timney at TRAXX Studios in North Tyneside for five hour. They didn’t just tracked all the vocalContinue reading “Back in the studio (part 3)”

Back in the studio (part 1)

Last Thursday & Friday, I was back in the studio with the Nick Gladdish Band, as we finally started work on his new album Last One Get The Lights. In normal times, this would have taken place in April, and by now, we’d be on another tour supporting the finished product. In fact, we alreadyContinue reading “Back in the studio (part 1)”

Gig in a garden

It’s been five months, almost to the day, since my last live performance in March. That’s the longest I’ve gone without playing live in my entire adult life, let alone career. It felt like the right time to get The Nick Gladdish Band around for a outdoor rehearsal in my garden in Northumberland. Last SaturdayContinue reading “Gig in a garden”

Want your music to be heard? Pick a genre!

I love artists who create works that cross the boundaries of genre, style, and in some cases, medium. Most people do. Others, of course, are faithful purists to their favourite genre. But for the rest of us who take our influences from all manner of avenues, how do we categorise our music? There’s a goodContinue reading “Want your music to be heard? Pick a genre!”