Q: Do you have a nickname?
Q: What’s the one thing you can’t live without?
Playing & lighting to music.
Q: Worst fear?
Wasp. Bees. Flying purple people eaters. Anything that flies and can sting you.
Q: Where do you most want to travel, but have never been?
Route 66. I want to visit all the weird and wonderful (and rubbish) roadside attractions of America!
Q: What’s your favourite movie?
Q: What’s your favourite food?
Q: If you could be a superhero, what superpower would you have?
I would like the power to eat whatever I want without IBS (please refer to the previous question)
Q: What do you like to do in your spare time?
I play guitar and sing in a few bands, plus I’m a freelance promoter. I’ve also go an unhealthy obsession with collecting records and 80s/98s DVDS.
Q: What have you always wanted to do, but never done?
Play at Glasonbury.
Q: What, if anything, have you ever re-gifted?
Nothing. Ever. My house is full of terrible gifts I’ve received over the years. Boxes of them. My wife says I’m a hoarder.
Q: What was the worst punishment you received at school?
I only ever received detention once, for thinking I was funny and putting my hand up to ask my geography teacher if he liked crisps.
Q: If you were a piece of Premier equipment, what would you be and why?
I would be a sparkular – as I’m fun, reliable and enthusiastic.
Q: What’s your favourite 90’s song?
Descedents – When I get old.
Q: What’s the best event you’ve ever worked on and why?
in 2018 I was the promoter and event manager for American punk band, Jeff Rosenstock’s sold out show at The Bodega in Nottingham. It was great to work on such a big event, arranging sound checks, riders and everything else in-between. There’s nothing like seeing a roomful of people singing in unison at an event you have curated. Due to the success of this event, I was asked to book him again for his 2022 Nottingham date, which has already sold double the number of tickets as last time!
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