At Last – a Sneaky Peak of my New Music Video

I’ve just made a new video (with lots and lots of help, this time) and it’s almost ready.  But I just couldn’t wait any longer, so I’ve persuaded the powers that be to let you have a little look…  Just a peep…  Enjoy!

God Only Knows – A D.I.Y. Music Video

My first EVER music video, and it was made entirely at home (of course!).  If you like this video, please don’t forget to buy the EP – it’s available here.  Enjoy!

God Only Knows – LIVE for Oak Sessions

Yes, it’s a cover, and not just any cover, but a complete classic…  This track also features on my new EP, so if you like it you can get a version of it here as a download, and here on CD.  Enjoy!

I’m Giving Up On You – LIVE for Oak Sessions

A little while ago I received an email from a chap called Francis, asking if I’d like his production company, Oak Sessions, to make a couple of music videos for me.  It was like having my prayers answered!  This is one of two videos shot by Oak, and it’s one of the original songs from my new EP (which, at the time of writing, is a week away from being finished!).  Let me know what you think!

And if you like what Oak are doing, check out their website for more ace music videos.  It’s at

Becki Biggins and her Musical Toybox

This video was filmed in the middle of Becki’s recording process for her song Just for a Day.  She plays and sings all the parts herself, as well as being her own producer, and sometimes she just can’t find the right instrument for the job!  In this film, Becki talks about some of her instruments, how she records them and puts them together, and even resorts to raiding her glassware to find just the right sound…

The Nearness of You, recorded live at Pizza Express Jazz Club, Soho, with the wonderful Laurie Holloway on Piano, Jules Jackson on bass, and ‘the legend that is’ Harold Fisher on the drums.


Angel Eyes, again recorded at Pizza Express – it’s the same gig – you can tell from the dress!


He’s Out of My Life, recorded for Becki’s 2010 album The +Ve, featuring the very brilliant Malcolm Edmonstone on piano.


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