Pig-Man

Category: Artist
Time period: Present day

Date nominated: Sep 27, 2014
Ratings: 1
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Pig-man: ~
Is one man singing gritty, home grown, foot stomping Jazz, Blues, Gospel & Ragtime songs; accompanied by his Ukulele, wooden stomp-block and trusty Kazoo.

His music, style and persona has been described as the ??Darker side of ragtime!? and developed from a chance meeting with Duncan Wilcox (The Jake Leg jug Band)

He wrote over 30 songs in an authentic 1920??s & 30??s style with the intention of supporting their act prior to their live performances.
He quickly went on to performing this material as a solo artist playing venues in the United Kingdom.
His strap-line ??The Darker side of ragtime!? hints at his distinctive voice, musical persona and anarchic performances.
His wordy lyrics and rustic playing style paints a lively and atmospheric portrayal of characters and places visited through-out his eclectic life.
Influences include: William S. Burroughs, C.W. Stoneking, Quentin Crisp, Leon Redbone, Tom Waits, Vivian Stanshall, Fats Waller, Edward Lear, Rudyard Kipling, Salvador Dali and Hieronymus Bosh.


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Songs

Title Recorded  
World at war. 01/01/14 Stoke -on Trent Chords and Lyrics