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I was born on 23rd March 1954 near Matlock in Derbyshire, UK. I was brought up in a pub called The Horse Shoe. I ain't superstitious but the song "Born under a Bad Sign" springs to mind. I was sent away to boarding school in Gt Crosby, Liverpoool in 1963 and left of my own accord in 1970, either that or be expelled for smoking pot, and yes, I did inhale. I left Matlock in 1973 as a bass player in a band (formerly The Doughnut Band) and moved to Coventry. Top Coventry bands I played in were as bassist in "Hot Snacks" & keyboards in "The Ring", not forgetting "Doc Mustard & the Cobalt Kids" as the Doc himself. I left Coventry in 1991 and headed for Cornwall, UK. As a busker I was frowned upon by a host of snooty arty-farty hoytie-toyties and occasionally heckled by 'care in the community' psychos but the smiles I get from children and old folks alike sure make up for it. I do write songs which are naturally based on my experiences and perception of life. I perform mainly cover songs under the name of The Rhythm Balladeer or Doc Mustard unplugged when singing my favourites or own compositions. I've got a video deejaying show called 'STACKS of AXE' where I get to project classy live performances from mainly guitar guru bands.
Mish Mash with squeezy cheezy sleaze. influenced by Todd Rundgren, ZZ Top, Monty Python, Bob Dylan, Muse
same as last year
Definitely a LARGER drinker
Bonnaroo, very eclectic and tasteful
see the real perpetraitors of 911 exposed.
Self employed musician
Passion, truth, talent, enjoyment, music
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