I'm currently involved in several performance projects:
  • Solo Guitar - playing mainly jazz standards, ballads and light background music for weddings, functions, events etc. These are mainly chord-melody performances, in something approaching the style of Joe Pass (though not so virtuosic!). Almost all the the arrangements have some improvisation in them. My YouTube clips have some examples. I love playing this style of music, it's warm, romantic and creative, perfect for restaurants and wedding receptions.
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  • Duology Duo - (formerly Mo-Bo) Playing all styles of instrumental jazz with the excellent Richard Morrison on double and electric basses: Latin, Swing, Smooth, Acid, Blues, Funk, Be-Bop. As heard at a wine bar, restaurant, pub or party near you! Audio examples and more information on the Duology page
  • The Green Chain Quartet - celebrating the music of Jimmy Smith and Wes Montgomery. Classic soul-jazz boogaloo, with my three old buddies John Gittos on Hammond Organ, David Morris on Saxes and London legend Mel Wright on Drums. More info, including sound samples, on the Green Chain Website
  • Gordon Mark Webber's Road Runners - a 8-9 piece band playing dinner jazz, classic soul, disco and funk tunes from the 60s, 70s, 80s right through to the contemporary soul of today. The RRs play at all types of events and functions. For more information visit the Road Runners website: Gordon Mark Webber's Road Runners. I'm a massive fan of Stax Records guitarist Steve Cropper's rhythm playing, so if you catch me grinning while we're going at full throttle that'll be why!
  • Bold's Band - an occasional Ceildh band for Barn Dances, Scottish, Irish, English, Celtic nights. Great fun, we generally play fundraising events, weddings, festivals. As a guitarist or bass player on these events I'm mostly in the pocket playing the changes, but I love to step up and play some of the tunes when I get the chance too. Some of those tunes are really tricky to play on guitar and its a great challenge to play the lead lines in unison with the fiddle, whistle and melodian, mostly on guitar... but sometimes (to annoy my bandmates)... on banjo!