Recording of Mick’s Record Shop – 14 June 2014 – YES MA’AM!

June 23rd, 2014
Riot at the Superdome - c/o the mighty Mick Denny

Riot at the Superdome – c/o the mighty Mick Denny

Oooooh thanks mighty Mick Denny and whizz kid engineering maestro James Michael Clark for this lovely recording of ‘Yes Ma’am’ – recorded at his Leigh Art Trail installation/private view & listen at Elsie’s Cafe at the Leigh Community Arts Centre on Saturday 14th June 2014.  Yes I do wear Mick’s art on my sleeve

 

Anyway …. There’s even still more – best get my multimedia hat on

 

Yes Ma’am – Mick Denny’s Record Shop – 14 JUne 2014 – 23:06:2014 22.29

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maverick 2014 – I made the promo

June 23rd, 2014

First let me qualify I don’t really mind being in the Maverick Festie’s promotional material – I’m gagging to play it, more than care about that…. though it might be nice to have been ASKED!

Lovely Lucy & her fabulous daughter Iris + I are dancing our boots off at Maverick

Lovely Lucy & her fabulous daughter Iris + I are dancing our boots off at Maverick

 

When this piccie was taken in 2012, I’d never been and wasn’t quite aware that we’d be the ONLY ones dancing.  Nevermind, we’ve always been through bein cool.  Anyway it’s not like it’s the first time anyone has co-opted my ass into mercenary promo … *ahem*

Lone star butt - least it's not the Confeds'

Lone star butt – least it’s not the Confeds’

 

 

Mick Denny’s ‘Record Shop’ at Elsie’s Place, Leigh Community Centre – 14 June 2014

June 15th, 2014

Many thanks to Micky Denny and his nephew James Clarke for the Record Shop installation at Elsie’s Place, Leigh Community Centre yesterday. Mick’s incredible collection of artworks disguised as musical sleeves were a craftily curated wonder to behold – with stunning ephemera, expertly thrown into the exhibit for good measure. Pictured here is the sleeve from my phantom release of ‘Superdome’ – I am now obliged & beholden to him to get it out there on the waves somehow…. else I’m not worthy of his greatness.

Riot at the Superdome - c/o the mighty Mick Denny

Riot at the Superdome – c/o the mighty Mick Denny

I was in awe as the musical artists stepped out from behind his art work to perform live: David Woodcock, Kate Denny w Crafting for Foes auteurs Amanda McManus & Adam Rees, M G Boulter Bob Collum, Mike Darrah
& I was so psyched to see Zoë Howe, Sadie Hasler, Jesse Diss & Natalia Farran, Lynsey Garnett, Kieth Harris, Sandra Hirons, Yvette Clarke… what a day. Still dancing a little

 

 

 

I was the fluffer for Saturday's live performance of the music behind Mick's magic

I was the fluffer for Saturday’s live performance of the music behind Mick’s magic