I’ve been incredibly busy over the last few months and looking at my diary I’ve got an incredibly busy year ahead of me still. I absolutely love it, I have the best job in the world and there is nothing better than being knees deep in projects. I am working with some incredible people on some fantastic projects and I feel truly blessed.
Once a week I am going to be sharing one of the projects that I am working on or have been working on with you all. I wouldn’t be where I am today without you reading my blog for the last 11 years and so I want you to be a part of the projects that I am working on now and really come with me on this exciting journey! I’ll also be doing a little bit more on social media to promote my projects too, in fact I’m going to be launching a new social media series / hashtag today, as you’re reading this blog post!
I have started this hashtag because I have been working with Richard Digance for the last few months on ‘The Richard Digance Compilation Series’ we have put together 12 albums consisting of 12 songs each from Richard’s extensive back catalogue of music and made them available on iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Google Play, Deezer, iHeartRadio and Napster. Each day I am going to take one song from one of these albums or one of the other projects I have worked on with Richard including To Look For America and The English Acoustic Orchestra and share a sample of it on Twitter & Instagram for you all to listen to and enjoy!
I am really looking forward to sharing this project with you all, a lot of time and hard work went into it and now to be sat here with the finished product ready for you to see is a great feeling. This is one of many projects that I have been working on for the last few months and I look forward to sharing more of them with you over the coming weeks and months!
If you would like to follow my #DailyDigance series on Twitter and Instagram then make sure you’re following me on one or both of those platforms
If you can’t wait for the daily posts and would like to listen to some of the music straightaway then you can click here to be taken to iTunes, click here to be taken to Amazon or use the Spotify player below! In full disclosure I do benefit financially from the sales of the compilation albums.