www.coftoncomputers.co.uk - my new IT support, training and documentation venture
www.lewispierpoint.co.uk - my brother's new web site for his house clearance services
www.nineteentwelve.com - The site for the "live" group I currently play in: 1912.
www.omenopus.com - The site for the "virtual" group I currently play in: Omenopus.
www.dusk-music.co.uk - The site for Dusk (featuring my 1912 colleague Dave Sutheran), now re-focused on the "vintage" material, c.1990.
www.theearthmovers.co.uk - Birmingham-based rock band that at one time included myself and other Dusk members Dave "Doug" Sutheran and Mark "Happy" Wadsworth. The band recently got together for a reunion, and there's a always a chance that there may be more action from The Earthmovers in the future, so check this site often for news!
www.combined.f9.co.uk/randflag - Randolph Flagg, Rob Brunt's unusual "Gothic Country" trio, used to have its own web domain, but I recently let it lapse. The site is still there though, at this temporary address.
www.montymaggot.com - the site for Monty Maggot Records, home of Omenopus and 1912 (and other great music!).
www.theimagegallery.co.uk - Julie Hatton's art and photographs (thanks for the design help as always, Joolz!).
www.robannas-studios.co.uk - as a member of Zion Zone, Dusk, The Earthmovers and 1912, I've had a long and happy relationship with the Midlands' premier rehearsal and recording complex. Back in 1989, Dusk were the first band to take a lockup room at the newly-opened studios (and then Zion Zone moved in with them!). 1912 are currently rehearsing and recording at Robannas. Coincidentally, our old lock-up room is now the site of Studio 1 at Robannas, where 1912 currently record their albums!
Listen to archive podcasts or live music from this Prog-friendly station and show, hosted by Mary Campbell. Lots of Prog played - including 1912!
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