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@jackketch

GB   Jan 2019

Artist Bio

Influences:   Tom Waits, Woody Guthrie, Leadbelly, Muddy Waters, Hank Williams, Billy Childish, books about maritime disasters

I am a History teacher and I love weird stories from the past. I listen to a lot of old music, particularly old folk, blues, country . I live in March, Cambridgeshire. I used to play in bands in the past but now play everything on my own, so expect some ramshackle guitar, bass and percussion (mostly hitting cardboard boxes when drum machines won't cooperate), and some croaking vocals.

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  • @spikedirection Feb 22

    Thanks bud. Behold the secret to my sound, part everything live in the room and record on this 😂😎

  • @mlm Feb 18

    Hi! Thank you so much for your feedback on my track!

  • @berni1954  Feb 18

    Glad you liked my Finn McCool song. Keep an eye out for another Irish Tales set to music in the next few days: "The Salmon of Knowledge"

  • @acousticmaddie  Feb 18

    Thank you for your kind words on mine and Arthurs collab

  • @momentegalerie Feb 8

    Thank you very much for your comment on "wohin"!

  • @kingwoodkowboy  Feb 6

    Jack, Thanks for reviewing "The Flying Dutchman And Me".

  • @djevans53 Feb 4

    Thanks for your comment on my song.

  • @worm Feb 3

    Yes, quitfamiliar withe perceptive I do aim for the oldie novelty song thing. Cambridge is the one part of UK I am familiar with -- some Trinity profs created a startup company around a math-analytical geometric solid modeler written in Fortran -- My US company sold hardware terminals, I got to know some wondrful programmers who wrote the most delightful comments in their code ... The computer room was in a basement that once housed some of Darwin's aquaria. Tea lady on staff.

  • @kvnwoodruff  Feb 2

    Hey, thanks for the comment! I had never heard the Mercury rev before so looked them up. Cool stuff!

  • @acousticmaddie  Feb 1

    Thank you for your kind Words on Du bist aus Glas

  • @sailingmagpie  Jan 27

    Your East Anglian concept sounds cool. It is Witchfinder General country after all! Do you listen to the Dark Histories podcast? If you don't, you definitely should!

  • @sailingmagpie  Jan 17

    Hope to see you back again this year!