Monday, 29 November 2010

Christmas Lights, Broadsides & T-Shirts

Yesterday saw Billy Wears Dresses take part in the Tonbridge Christmas Lights Switch-on. Despite freezing temperatures a huge crowd came & saw us play songs from Space Hopper Summer along with a couple of new songs. At the moment there is no name for the next Billy album which is scheduled for release in March 2011 but the handful of songs we've played from it have gone down really well. December will see us playing two Christmas gigs in Ashford & Rochester.

This week sees the publication of the Medway Broadside, a superb on line paper brought to you by the fantastic Medway Eyes. An honest and frank account of Medway life that celebrates the towns and challenges the status quo of current papers.
Take a look at
PDF Version

Finally the Galileo 7 tour t shirts are available online here

Stop me and buy one!

See you out there.

Paul Moss

Monday, 22 November 2010

Billy Wears Dresses turn on the lights

Yesterday saw Billy Wears Dresses, KMFM and various ex-soap stars in Panto, switch on the Christmas lights in Maidstone. Lots of people braved the chilly afternoon to see us perform just before the big switch was thrown.
Next Sunday sees us in Tonbridge at 4pm for another dose of the same.
Work continues on the album, this week the Gaffer will be recording his parts!


Saturday, 20 November 2010

Are We Having Fun Yet?

The new album from the Galileo 7 came out at the start of this month and I'm very pleased with the finished result. It has been released on CD by Teen Sound Records and is available at The Misty Lane Shop

We also have Galileo 7 t-shirts for sale too, at the moment these are only available at gigs but the G7 office is working hard to get them online soon.

To promote the album we did a tour, starting in London and ending up in Holland, taking in some torrential rain in Belguim on the way. It was great seeing faces old & new and I had a ball despite it being hard work. We are back in London on Saturday, 18 December at The Fiddlers Elbow, Camden, London.

There is also a fantastic interview with Allan Crockford in Heavy Soul magazine with a cracking Phil Dillon photograph on the cover.

Back at home it's back to business as usual, Last night was a terrific Star Jam with a Stars Of Medway line up making an appearence, If you've ever fancied getting out of the bedroom and in front of the punters Friday night at the Star in Gillingham is calling!!
Also the head of Warwick Bass UK popped in and we had a great chat about my Warwick basses and some of the new products for 2010. I know a few people have asked me about Warwick basses recently, it may be a good time to hang onto your money and wait for some of the new gear that will be launched soon, that's all I can say!

The C word is looming and that can mean only one thing, Billy Wears Dresses & KMFM Christmas lights switch on. We will be appearing in Maidstone tomorrow (21st) at 4pm and Tonbridge next Sunday. Work on the album is going well and hopefully will be out early next year.

That's enough jibber jabber for now!


Good Morning Campers!

Ahoy Hoy,

After keeping a blog on Myspace along with various other netty places, for comfort and ease I've decided to move in here.

It's spacious and much easier to update and has a walk in shower. *

Please feel free to contact me, I'm not the fastest replier in the world but I get there eventually!

Victor Wooten & Paul Moss

* all of these statements may be untrue