Lazy Sundays Featuring Amy Wadge and Luke Jackson Jan. 31st

What an amazing Lazy Sunday we have for you on January 31st! Grammy Award nominee Amy Wadge and young genius troubadour Luke Jackson.

Amy Wadge, is one of the UK’s most prolific contemporary songwriters.

Over recent years, she has accumulated numerous cuts with emerging artists such as Lewis Watson, (Warner), Shannon Saunders, (Caroline) and Cyril Hahn, (PMR). She is currently co-writing with both new and established talent alike including; Janelle Monáe, Birdy, Keith Urban, Ms. Dynamite, Aquilo, Zak Abel, Dua Lipa, Aston Merrygold, Mahalia, Thomas J Speight and many more.

Amy’s most notable success to date comes from her long established writing partnership with, Ed Sheeran.

Thinking Out Loud, was the third single from Ed’s second album, the triple Grammy nominated, X, (Multiply). It went to No. 1 in the UK chart in November 2014 after spending 19 weeks in the Top 40, breaking the record for the longest ever ascent to the peak position. The track went platinum later that month and returned to the No. 1 spot for a second time in December 2014. It also held the No. 1 position for five weeks in Australia where it achieved triple platinum sales as well as topping the charts in many other territories.
Luke is a young Roots Singer/Songwriter from Canterbury, Kent, who in 2013 was nominated in the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards for both the Horizon Award for Best Emerging Talent and The Young Folk Category. With a bold, distinctive voice and a sweet, percussive guitar style, Luke is a confident and captivating live performer. He was also winner of Fatea’s “Male Artist of the Year 2014”

Over the past few years he has steadily been developing a reputation for himself in the Folk & Roots circuits either through his solo shows, many festival appearances or when opening for such luminaries as Show of Hands, Steve Knightley, Martyn Joseph, Karine Polwart, Oysterband, Paul Brady, Glen Tilbrook, Sarah Jarosz and Lucy Ward

He has also completed two short tours of Scotland, which this year included playing at both the highly regarded Belladrum and Edinburgh Fringe Festivals.
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Songwriters Circle and Lazy Sundays Webcast!


Hi everyone! This month brings great things! First up this Sunday July 6th I am doing show on the web with Concert Window. It’s is a trial run which will hopefully develop into a series of gigs that I’ll be doing for them each month. Imagine being able to watch the Lazy Sundays gigs live all around the world! YAY! You don’t even have to leave the comfort of your own home! Wherever you are in the world, you can tune in! I’ll be taking requests and answering your questions. You can purchase online tickets on a pay-what-you-want basis starting now at The webshow will not be recorded – it’s offered in real time. I hope you can join me!

Next up on the 20th, I’m presenting what will be the last of the branded Lazy Sundays Songwriter Circle gigs. They are moving over to being a Tower of Song event and while I will be hosting them from now on, I won’t be playing unless there’s a cancellation. So come on out and see us exchanging songs and stories! It’s going to be a great night!

Lastly, I am officially starting work on the new record! I don’t know what will make the cut but here’s a list of songs I’ve compiled. (most new but a few older ones I’ve never put out properly)  Long Time Now, Paper and Envelopes (guitar version), Come Back to Me, Love or Something Like It, In, Morgantown and Montreal, The Rain that Got In, All this time (co-write with Emily Baker) I Can See Clearly Now, Deep Blue Sea. YAY! How exciting. I’m recording on a Focusrite ITrack Dock with an IPad Air and will keep you updated on how that’s going. So far it seem incredibly easy. Time will tell!

See you soon!


Lazy Sundays with She Makes War


We are so lucky to have She Makes War back at Tower of Song and this time for a Lazy Sundays feature set!  Get your tickets now to avoid disappointment! 

Invite your friends along here:

What people are saying about She Makes War:

“Reminding us of Medúlla-era Bjork…she’s ace” – Lauren Laverne, 6 Music

“‘Little Battles’ is a triumph of gorgeous melodies, slashy guitars and processed beats” – Rock Sound

“A combination of musical talent and digital smarts worthy of an English Amanda Palmer.” – Tom Robinson, 6 Music

“Why just sing songs, when you can build worlds?” – The Quietus

“Impeccable dark alt-rock” – Gary Mulholland, Uncut Magazine

“The way she indefatigably smashes new ground as an independent solo artist is a constant inspiration to us” – Hope And Social