My song ‘A Shepherd’s Life’ from my new CD ‘Follow Me’, has attracted a lot of interest after James Rebanks, sheep farmer and author of ‘The Shepherd’s Life’, the inspiration for the song, referenced it on Twitter. So, on my Songs page I have made a link for you to hear it.
Yippee! My 5th Studio CD ‘Follow Me’ recorded at Melrose Yard Studios in York is now available! Ten self penned tracks with fine supporting musicians including: Rachel Wilson (violin), Angie Gordon (flute), Graeme Urwin (Keyboard), Iain Glover (Mandolin) Caroline Carfrae (Harmony vocals), and David Swann (vocals).
On Nov 30th 2016 I provided support for the award winning Chris Wood at the National Centre for Early Music in York. A great experience to play for half an hour in such a wonderful venue in front of 140 people and listen to the outstanding talents of Chris Wood. On July 13th 2015 I performed live on Vale Radio and chatted to Tony Haynes about my music and my influences. I even composed an impromptu jingle for the show.You can hear the show on a podcast at: www.mixcloud.com/tonyhaynes52/
My 4th studio CD “Storey’s in Song” is now available. For now you can obtain it from me in person or by requesting a copy through the contact page of my website. £5 plus £1 postage I have once again had the benefit of superb accompaniment support from Elaine Wallace (Fiddle), Angie Gordon (Flute), Graeme Urwin (Keyboard) and Sarah Dean (Harp and vocals).
A video of my fun song “Farewell Fish and Chips” produced by my brother Keith, is now on Youtube, and can be accessed from the link via the photos/videos page of this site. Other YouTube videos of my songs are: Requiem for a red box, Repatriation, and Time to go to work, son. The latter is based on photographs taken in the 1930s when my Grandfather, Joseph Jones was Mayor of Barnsley, Yorkshire. As president of the NUM he campaigned tirelessly to improve miners pay and conditions.
“One block away” is now on my Songs page, based on the true story of a family who witnessed the horror of 9/11 and have now rebuilt their lives in France. Read the full story using the Domaine Treloar link below