Late in the Day 

Hi everybody. My latest release is ‘Late in the Day’ it talks about the passage of time and my 
opportunities still ahead. In some musical perspectives this is the age of the mature. Kate 
Bush is running up the road, again, and Paul McCartney, beat all expectations performing at 
80 at the Glastonbury festival. But these artists, like as so many others, were successful in 
their youth and now are like fine mature wine, luscious to enjoy again. This is not my 
situation, this is my encore career, a renaissance of creativity and discovery, I am learning all 
the time writing music and collaborating and discovering new things including engaging with 
this website. Long may the renaissance continue! 

Women of Substance podcasts. I am a great admirer of Bree Noble, she provides airplay for 
femaie artists, and fortunately she likes my work too!. Under different topics she has played 
three of my songs to over 10,000 listeners and I have had excellent feedback. Her next 
priority is music with a conscience, and I will submit “The Climate Race’. It is great to have 
an outlet for my music because gaining listeners is what it is all about. 

Genre what genre? An irritating aspect of submitting songs to outlets is they ask what genre 
is your music? Well, the answer is many genre’s. Pop ballads, Bluegrass, light rap, up tempo, 
childrens! My newly released creativity allows me to follow my muse, or any bee in my 
bonnet on a certain day, serious, romantic, light-hearted, tongue in cheek. They are all there 
and don’t fit in one particular genre.

Acknowledgements

How did I get here? 

With help from mentors, courses, supporters, networks and specialist help. 

Thank you to the Songwriting Academy in the UK, Bree Noble and Women of Substance, Chris SD and Michael Elsner in the USA, Paul, Heather and Ian. Paul Solomons and his amazing animation and Estee Cohen designs for the website. I am so grateful to you all and whilst it is ‘Late in the Day’ I plan to keep going.