OUT NOW! The One Nation Session

The new album is out now and available to order from the Online Shop The One Nation Session was recorded Live at One Nation in Warwick with a studio audience. It was More »

 

Coming soon….

New DVD coming soon. Filmed at the One Nation Studios (and other places). We’ll keep you posted

Your Love

Glen Kaiser once sang a song called Jesus Is Like An Ocean. It’s a beautiful song but one reason I love it is because it paints a picture. I love it when you can visualise a song taking you somewhere.

Wild Weekend

OK – so I like to travel. And I like a hint of adventure as well – Bangladesh, Canada, Brazil, Ethiopia, France… well, no not France but hey, I like adventure. So when my good wife saw a Wildlife Expedition

My End Of Year Blog

I’m sitting here making plans for next year which is a good sign that I’ve learnt nothing from the last twelve months. Of all the planned things I had to do this time last year, only two have happened. In

Re-Scheduled Gigs

Sorry to say that the three shows booked for Decemebr have been cancelled and will be re-scheduled for  2014.

Tour Plans

This Weekend sees the final show of the year at the Sanctuary in Warrington. Then Rob has a break until Jan uary the 3rd when he’ll be playing a special, invite only, house concert to raise money for a the

USA Roadtrip – the Finale

Did you know if you put all the roads in America end to end you’d have a very long road. And here’s the thing – they’re all full of cars. There are about 63 million cars in America. That’s a

USA Part 7

We said goodbye to Pittsburgh and it’s 446 bridges and headed back to Cincinnati. After breakfasting in an IHOP (International House Of Pancakes, not the International House of Prayer, though for some the mistake would be a welcome one either

Part 6 of the USA Roadtrip

We went to Pittsburgh. It’s my second time there and I have to say that the view from mount Washington over the city is rather splendid. This has obviously been realised as the locals came up with the imaginative name,

Part Five of the great US Roadtrip.

When I was a kid we used to travel from Convent, New Jersey to Hoboken on the Erie-Lakawana railroad. I loved that. The name, the old trains and the fact that you had to climb up into the rail-car rather

The American Road-Trip – Part 4

The great thing about travelling is that you get to experience so many different things. I’ve piloted a boat across a river in Bangladesh, filmed vultures and baboons in Ethiopia, canoed into the wilderness in British Columbia, ate buffalo wings

The US Road-Trip – Part Three

Apparently in the mid to late 1800′s there was a family in London of Irish descent, known for their drunkenness, violence and ruffianism. In fact, this family became so well known for their exploits that the police stopped using terms

The American Roadtrip , episode 2

If I drove for nine hours in the UK from my house in any direction other than north I would get very wet. If I drove north I’d end up in Thurso, and I’d have a stiff backside. I know

The Start Of The Great US Road Trip

Yesterday didn’t get off to a good start. Four miles outside Coventry we hit a jam on the A46. It took an hour and a half to get to the M40 and then we still had another 70 miles to