Your last chance
And finally we have some traction
Two items on the agenda today, folks.
First, it fills me with pride that my band, the Gilets Jaunes, despite being underpaid, have chosen not to go on strike. They will be in full effect for tomorrow night’s gig in Camden, for which there are still some tickets left. You are urged to rise above the cold weather, the strikes and the fact that it’s the last Friday before the last Friday before Christmas and come along to what will be an epic night. We will be joined the UK’s best guitarist, no less.
Second, due to strikes, tomorrow is also the last day by which you can send items by first class post and “guarantee” (Royal Mail’s definition, not mine) delivery by Christmas. So order your CDs of amusing songs now and keep the whole family entertained over Christmas.
My new album, Gammon and Proud, has made its way to digital outlets - Spotify, Apple Music et al - but not but Contains Swearing. I’m not releasing Contains Swearing digitally because the songs on this EP of Unbroadcastable Songs for the Discerning Listener are exactly that: unbroadcastable. I daren’t release them. The only way to get them is to buy the EP.
Which brings me to …
Finally we are getting some traction
A reminder that this is VERY SPECIAL. And, artistically, the BEST THING I HAVE EVER DONE.
“I spent most of today binge-listening to the podcast on the Apple platform and it has been one of the happier days of my life thus far,” Daamini from Dubai
One of the happier days OF HER LIFE!
Finally, after all the teeth-pulling, I have managed to ignite some interest in Kisses on a Postcard. This has come as a result of appearances on Triggernometry, James Delingpole and Lawrence Fox’s shows to promote it. I am constantly getting alerts on my phone telling me we have sold another CD, the podcast listeners are rising and I am receiving so many of the kindest messages.
“I just wanted to congratulate you on such a wonderful and beautifully touching musical. I was enthralled, I cried, I laughed, I spent my whole Sunday GLUED to this amazing show. A real quality production. I think this should be essential viewing for younger generations. It HAS to be in the West End, just HAS TO BE”. Angela from Ascot.
I have said it before and I’ll say it again. Artistically, Kisses on a Postcard is the most special thing I have ever been involved in and I urge you, if you haven’t already, to listen.
A Kisses on a Postcard CD - first edition - will make the most special Christmas present, especially for a venerable senior - especially if they were in some way involved in the evacuation. The artwork, says Ian from from Cheltenham, is “wonderful. Such a special gift.”
“A heartwarming, delightful musical that keeps you right to the end. The characters are wonderful. There is tragedy, heartbreak, bigotry, compassion, courage, joy and laughter and it is narrated beautifully. Thank you for giving it to us to enjoy, a real gift”. Nat from Penryn
Please order by tomorrow to guarantee delivery before Christmas.
This is a four and a half hour, epic production and something very special. As I keep saying.
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