Liam Moorhouse

by 18th July 2014

"It's taken me three years to write all the songs for this album. The songs have been ready to record for probably the best part of a year, but I've waiting until, in my head, I was truly happy with them. I've put a lot of effort into making this album everything I want it to be, and I cannot wait to finally get it recorded this summer. It's a right mix of songs about things which have happened in my life of all different styles. I'm really proud of it, and I hope that when it's released people enjoy it. The one thing I had no idea with, is what to call the album! So I'm going to let my Twitter followers decide. So if you've got a suggestion, send me a message.



Liam will be recording the album on island this August, which will be a very busy month for him. He'll have just returned from a series of solo stand-up comedy and music gigs all across the UK, and will be preparing to fly off to Nigeria to film a documentary out there. He's also working on a music concert to take place on the Isle of Man on 16th August.


"Everything is incredibly hectic at the moment but incredibly exciting at the same time. I love being so busy! I'm also doing a degree in performing arts at the same time as all this, running a circus troupe over in Carlisle and also working on Jeremy Kyle - The Musical! Being busy is great! Also got various gigs lined up on the Isle of Man through TT week but more will be released on them soon!"


If you want to keep up to date on Liam Moorhouse you can follow him on Twitter

Posted by Yabsta
18th July 2014 5:54 am.
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