Cuban Jazz Adventures, Mojo and the Cubano

Disclaimer: The following blog does not contain anything related to the way Cavemen eat, is not Gluten-Free, Non-Dairy Vegetarian or Vegan. It’s not for the food-intolerants. The citrus pictured is here because is included in the Slow Roast Pork Shoulder Mojo Marinade and Mojito. Part 1: I have always believed in music and food asContinue reading “Cuban Jazz Adventures, Mojo and the Cubano”

All-Green Broad Bean Salad; Pre-Xmas Detox

December is absolutely upon us, the finale to a lightning-speed elapsed year of 2013 and all of the celebratory carry-on and over-indulgence that will accompany the season right up to the New Year and beyond. There’s no easy escape for anyone, best just to go with it. Musicians particularly will most likely be following aContinue reading “All-Green Broad Bean Salad; Pre-Xmas Detox”

The Loveless Cafe, Music City Roots and the Missing Biscuit Recipe

There’s only one way to describe the final Bushwackers show in Nashville and that is simply Going Out With A Bang (and a broken Lagerphone). Staged live at the Loveless Barn behind the famous Loveless Cafe we performed a set of tunes on the weekly two-hour Music City Roots radio show hosted by Jim Lauderdale.Continue reading “The Loveless Cafe, Music City Roots and the Missing Biscuit Recipe”

There’s No Salad Here Darlin’, This Is A Honky-Tonk !

If you happen to be a deep fried food fanatic and like all of your meals to contain large components of melted cheese laden with potato chips, a Honky-Tonk is the restaurant most accommodating.  Alternatively if you are a calorie-counter, satisfaction will not come in the form of food but from listening to the bandsContinue reading “There’s No Salad Here Darlin’, This Is A Honky-Tonk !”

Joy McKean, Anne Kirkpatrick and the Heart-Shaped Scones

In one week from today an incredibly famous and talented woman will be visiting me and I am a tad nervous. During my recent trip to the Gympie Muster where she was also attending, I spent a little bit of time with her at the Artist World and was lucky enough to be part ofContinue reading “Joy McKean, Anne Kirkpatrick and the Heart-Shaped Scones”

Shane’s Asian Baked Snapper

There are some musicians who throw themselves into performing on stage with as much gusto and energy as they do cooking. They are as passionate about singing, songwriting and honing their craft much the same as they are at preparing and serving up a favourite recipe. One such musician is Shane Flew who I have performedContinue reading “Shane’s Asian Baked Snapper”

Tangled Up In Darwin and Rudd

The life of a full-time travelling musician is rarely dull. Not only are we lucky enough to have the privilege of performing alongside greatness on stage, we also on occasion get to travel to some tasty destinations for work and today is no exception.  Just the mention of the name Darwin conjures up exotic imagesContinue reading “Tangled Up In Darwin and Rudd”

Govindas and The Gympie Muster

Driza-bones, Cowboy Hats, Bundaberg Rum, Pluto Pups, XXXX, Boots, Dust and Country Music. These are just some of the elements in no shortage at the Gympie Muster where I have spent the last four days performing.  Set in the beautiful location of the Amamoor Forest Reserve in Queensland Australia, this festival is not for theContinue reading “Govindas and The Gympie Muster”