1981 Moved to Brighton
1988 Moved to Wrexham, North Wales
1991/92 Left home to Llangollen, North Wales
1994 Moved to County Durham
Born - Shoreham-By-Sea
1997 Joined Tarras a borders folk band from Alston Cumbria
1997 Release Debut 'Rising'
1998 Signed to Topic Records UK - UK Festival circuit - BBC live sessions (BBC Radio 2, 4, Radio Scotland), mini Tour with Chip Talyor - (Wild Thing)
1998 Signed to Rounder Records USA - UK Festival circuit - BBC live sessions
1998 Toured Germany (Magnetic Music)
2002 Employed as a Croupier in Newcastle upon Tyne 2003 Moved to Manchester - Employed as a Croupier2004 Moved back to county Durham 2005 Sold house in Durham
2005 Moved to London
2006 Wrote debut album 'May be some time'
2006 Signed to Reveal Records
2006 Released 'May be some time' - BBC1,2,4,6 music live sessions to include Giles Peterson, Janice Long, Mark Ratcliffe, Bob Harris, Gideon Coe BBC playlist Jo Whiley, Supported by the Unthanks,
Supported Jon Hopkins, Supported Joan as Policewoman, Supported Jack Leven,
released 'Give away your heart' on the 7th album 'Last'
2007 Released 'acoustic' - Reveal Records
2008 Released 'What else but love' - Reveal Records
2008/9 Retired from industry soon after release
2009/23 Employed in technology in central London