Didgeridoo on Alibi Records

Didgeridoo first on Alibi Records music library for TV, games and adverts! I am very pleased to say that I recently worked with composer Adam Brown, providing didgeridoo tracks for three different pieces on his most recent album for Alibi Records. If you want to have a listen they ore here: http://alibi.sourceaudio.com/#!explorer?b=2909549&o=track_number&d=a&show=50&pg=0 The track names … Read more

Winter Videos

HI, I have three more didgeridoo videos here. Two were from the evening I went up to Glasgow to perform at a 60th wedding anniversary party, the other an improviasation in the living room with some primitive piano playing. Click the links below. Enjoy! Two trains Wet paint didge and piano   <iframe width="640" height="360" … Read more

Didgeridoo kangaroo tracks, train tracks and the local bobby at Brentry School, Bristol

This year has seen me deliver didgeridoo and Australia topic workshops in over 30 different schools around the Country, but it wasn’t ‘til the last one that I was able to get the police involved (!) and then get outside to make tracks! An average day long workshop with a class will include storytelling of … Read more

didgeridoo and storytelling teambuilding workshop

  Great fun was had recently at the Magdalen Project. I was asked to delver an entertaining evening workshop on storytelling and didgeridoo with the Envision Charity as a precursor to knowledge ecologist Ron Donaldson doing some story based work with the regional teams the next day. Jennie Butterworth, Envision CEO, had this to say … Read more

Didgeridooman to Visit Tamar Valley

Didgeridoo sounds fill the valley The Tamar Valley will be alive with the sounds of didgeridoos next Wednesday, August 1 when Chris Holland fills the surrounding trails and woodlands with the eerie sounds of the Australian instrument. Holland, who is better known as the Didgeridoo Man, will mix music, story telling, earth painting, bushcraft, games … Read more

Didgeridoo man travels to Lincoln for International arts week

I am excited about going up to Lincoln to lead two days of didgeridoo and environmental art in the arboretum, as part of an international arts week. Will post some photos later but in the meantime click this link to see the poster http://abbeyaccesslincoln.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/International-Arts-Week-2012-poster2.pdf