Scroll down for a selection of my tunes. I hope you enjoy them. It's all done at home using a Tascam 8 track unit. You may hear some odd noises (and notes!) now and then. Sometimes I just keep them in the recording.

I also play in a band (mostly a duo) called Six Degrees. You can listen to some tunes here.

And below is a picture of the instruments I use ! The acoustic guitar and bass are handmade by me (mostly) at the Thomas Lloyd Guitars workshop. Chris Wynne is the luthier and his guitars are known and respected throughout the world. There is also a Regal resonator, a Fender strat and a Washburn banjo which I also use for drums along with the 'brushes'.  


Thanks for listening.


A nifty little blues tune I created a couple years ago. Blue Bop features the fretless acoustic bass and a piano chirping in the background. I like it !

Yeah, everyone should play in 4/5 time at least once. After 5 - all instruments get a run here. named because of an early intrusion by our paper shredding machine. You won't have to listen too carefully.

Love the show but love the music more. Here's my acoustic attempt. Just a quickie !

Time to spare….that’s how this one was born. Please enjoy the first recording in a while. Work has interrupted my plans.

Thursday 3pm….Maybe I should be a writer of meditation music. Need some rest (or sleep) ? Then listen to this one. I put a wrong note in there. If you can find it, I’ll give you a signed copy of my first album - due out in 2026.

Airey’s Amble is a tune for Julie and Bill…and of course Airey’s Inlet, a beautiful spot down on the West Coast of Victoria. I dreamt it up in the living room of their lovely home by the sea. I hope it communicates an amble along the dreamy coast down there. Listen for William at the end ! I had to use a stand-in dog because William is hard to pin down….