I started playing the French Horn (the one with the hand up its flu) and played in a lot of youth orchestras and bands in Kent and ended up playing at the Royal Albert Hall (I’ll have you know). I then started singing and met Joe Gibson and from then on it all went down hill! I gigged and still gig as Migden & Gibson professionally as an acoustic duo. We supported some big blues artists and were played and talked about Bob Harris and Paul Jones. I then did a blues album with Lee Sankey (an amazing harmonica player) and Matt Schofield (who is now an internationally renowned blues guitarist). The album was engineered by Phil Brown who worked with Bob Marley, Robert Palmer and many more which was a great experience. We toured around Europe with the album ‘My Day Is Just Beginning’, this was an enjoyable learning curve for me. At this point I started to write my own material and went on to record an album called ‘Little Stranger’ with an amazing Bass player called Don Richardson. This album was well received and reviewed by the Guardian, the Times, Timeout and was played on Radio 2. I also played with Jamie Cullum during this time who supported me and the album. I then started to write with a more bluesy and anarchic style of composition and from that was born THE DIRTY WORDS. If you support live Blues acts, up and coming Blues talents and want to learn more about Blues news and Fathers of the Blues, - ”LIKE” ---Bman’s Blues Report--- Facebook Page! I’m looking for great talent and trying to grow the audience for your favorite band!