|1950||May 20th ......born in Birmingham, England|
|1962-65||Played in a number of semi-pro pop groups.|
|1965||Began career as professional guitarist.|
|1968||London based sessions, club gigs and European Tours (1966-68).|
|1969||Summer season in Morocco, including several concerts for the King.|
music for the LP Hannibal
(B+C Charisma 1022), soloist on the same
Toured with Black Sabbath and Free
European tours, fronting Hannibal (including German TV and Radio
Commenced full-time training as a music teacher and classical guitarist
|1974||Attended Cannington Classical Guitar Summer School, studying advanced classical guitar.|
Cert Ed (Leeds University).
Obtained Licentiate Teacher's Diploma from Trinity College of Music, London (LTCL)
Performers Associate Diploma from London College of Music (ALCM).
Contributed a series of articles on jazz guitar chord substitution to Guitar magazine.
a guitar duet for the Queen's Silver Jubilee which has featured as a BBC
Obtained Fellowship Diploma in performance from London College of Music (FLCM).
teacher's Licentiate Diploma from London College of Music (LLCM
Featured guitar soloist in two performances of the Vivaldi Concerto in D Major (Birmingham Cathedral and Avoncroft Museum)
lectures on the History of Jazz for Birmingham University (Dept.
Established and taught a series of jazz guitar workshops at the Centre for the Arts, Birmingham.
Gave seminars and workshops at the Manchester Fretted Instrument Festival.
Toured the Midlands with Kenny Baker (trumpet), Andy Hamilton, Kathy Stobart (saxophone) and the Midland Youth Orchestra. Selected concerts were broadcast on BRMB Radio.
Guest soloist for Birmingham Jazz Society's 10 Birthday Party.
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