Celtish Christmas Tour - Europe
3 Concerts, 3 Countries, 3 Days.
Nigel & Julie took a five piece band to The Netherlands, Belgium and Germany to present their Celtish Christmas album.
New Christmas Single Released
This is a fantastic 'radio edit' version of 'See, Amid the Winter's Snow' from 'Celtish Christmas' sung by Nigel and including instrumental excerpts of 'Hark the Herald Angel's Sing' and 'Ding Dong Merrily on High'. It also features Irish reels played by Kevin Burns (flute, whistle, pipes. banjo) and joined by Dave Bainbridge on mandolin and very epic electric guitar.
Patrick the Musical - CDs have arrived!
Maggie Jemmett has written a brand new musical about the story and life of Saint Patrick which we helped her record for a CD and produced backing tracks for the stage version.
Maggie assembled a small touring cast 'The Lost and Found Theatre Company' who performed the musical in Northern Ireland in March. Nigel plays the part of 'Old Patrick' and Julie is narrator (who sings the story). FIND OUT MORE
Recording 'Celtsh Christmas' meant a very busy schedule of concerts in December. You can see some photos from these concerts here.
Nigel and Julie travelled with The Worship Company to Norway in February 2018.
Wytze's first book about prayer has now been translated into four languages and Volume two is about to be published in French.
A follow up to Emerald album may be recorded later this year.
Nigel and Julie were guest soloist at Epiphany's 'Classics at Christmas' concert.
The whole concert was professionally filmed and you can watch the performances here.
Nigel and Julie have been supporting the charity Home for Good at some of their concerts and also through selling Nigel's all-age worship album 'Get Real' album which you can buy here.
Nigel longs to use his photography more to help draw others into an appreciation of the wonders of God's Creation. He is in the early stages of planning to publish a coffee-table style book of his 'Scenes of Wonder' images. You can view and purchase some of his images by clicking on the attached link: