Almost one year on from the recording of Greedy Magicians I’m delighted to be putting on a special show at Manchester’s People’s History Museum. ‘The making of a Protest Album (in 5 easy steps)’ will tell the story of how I made my protest album – how it was recorded over a single evening in a Salford church, what events inspired the songs and how the artwork was created using 19th century machines. And of course I’ll be playing many of the songs from the record. There will be special guest including Tony Walsh (Longfella poet).
I’m thrilled to be playing at the People’s History Museum. I think it’s amongst the finest museums we have and absolutely essential to have a place that teaches our history and safeguards the real story of the people’s struggle against the vested interests that hold back progress. The event if part of an ‘Art of Protest’ season at the museum and is also part of the brilliant Museums at Night initiative. Immediately after my show will be an art of Protest evening featuring other performers including Sam Duckworth from Get Cape, Wear Cape, Fly.
Quiet Loner’s “The making of a protest album in five easy steps”
Saturday May 18
FREE ADMISSION (Limited spaces, booking is advised)
3-5pm The show will start at 3pm so please arrive in time.
The People’s History Museum
Left Bank, Spinningfields, Manchester M3 3ER
To book a place contact 0161 838 9190 or firstname.lastname@example.org