Recent and upcoming gigs

Appearances With Newick Folk = Steve Brown, Jem Cooper, Martin Horsfall, Roland Batty, Karn Broad

Crown Sessions, Newick Every first Sunday of the month and at Rose and Crown Fletching every 3rd Wednesday

1st and 9th September

4th and 21st October


Ceilidh - private function 17th July

Wedding Copsale 22nd August

Townings Farm weekend 5th and 6th September

Surrey Hills Wood Fair - 4th October

Check out our new Facebook page

And web site

Appearances with Just Tina

1st August - Horsham Rugby Club

6th August - Savannah - Haywards Heath

Music and Marketing

Marketing principles set to Music

Music and Marketing is an edutainment which was originally created for the Brand Network which I run with Mark Wing.

Basically I’ve used the songs of Ray Davies, the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and a couple of Jazz Standards to illustrate some of the main priniciples of marketing and to relate them to issues that we come across in getting the right balance between conventional marketing, digital and social media and networking and selling.

It’s about a third music and two thirds chat based on the research projects I’ve carried out into networking and online marketing that went to create Social Media for Real Businesses.

However instead of doing a conventional powerpoint talk I pitch up with my keyboard and deliver an entertaining presentation that can last between 40 minutes and and hour depending on what suits the event organiser.

It’s a good keynote performance for the right event or would work well to wake people up after lunch!

You can get a flavour of the performance here – recorded at an Ecademy BlackStar day using the superb grand piano at the Amadeus centre. I was asked to tighten up the set to deliver a run time of just over 30 minutes and covered personal branding, building reputation, getting your story tight and some lessons on networking and brand guidelines. .

If you think this would make a good presentation for your meeting group, company or conference please give me a call on 0845 094 0407

Here is a ten minute edit of the show to give you a flavour – hope you like it.

As a comparison here’s the bit from the first performance where I was using the way the Rolling Stones had focused on suburban sleaze for the last nearly 50 years to demonstrate brand consistency.

If you think this would be an interesting presentation for any organisation you’re part of give me a ring on 0845 094 0407.