This news just in from the Paul Wilkes mailing list. Read on to find out about Paul’s big gig on 15th May, his slot on Radio Merseyside this coming Thursday 1st May, and the music he’s giving away for free. All you have to do is to sign up to his mailing list and, hey presto, it’s yours!
Just a quick email to let you know about stuff happening…
We have now put ‘Walkin the long road’ EP and ‘They’ve got nothing on you’ EP up on the download section for those of you who didn’t manage to get a copy of the CD before it sold out. Download them for free at www.paulwilkes.com/download.html
In this months edition of the liverpool.com magazine there is a feature about me. If you want to have a read check out http://www.liverpool.com/assets/flash/mag_may/index.html or for a physical copy look at this link to see where you can get one from http://www.liverpool.com/information/distribution.html
On Thursday 1st May I’ll be on BBC Radio Merseyside again, this time at about 6.45 pm on the Claire Hamitlion show, playing a tune or two and having a chat.
And don’t forget the big gig of course – Less than three weeks to go (can’t wait)! THURSDAY 15TH MAY The View Two Gallery, Matthew St, Liverpool
Doors: 8pm Admission: free Details: Full show with the band, piano, pedal steel, harmonies, and string quartet – the works! Paul and the others will be performing tracks from the LP, as well as other material. This will also be getting filmed. Get there early to avoid disappointment as there will be limited seats and this will be a memorable one-off show. www.viewtwogallery.co.uk
Download the Paul Wilkes LP for free at www.paulwilkes.com/download.html
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