I was pleasantly surprised to receive an email from James Tugwell, Record Label Liaison of the British Library Sound Archive. He invited me to donate my compositions to be catalogued, archived & preserved as part of the nation's audio & cultural heritage. The music will be made available to anyone (writers, researchers etc.) holding a British Library readers pass at either the London site and the Yorkshire site in Boston Spa. Of course I was very happy to be able to contribute.
That's one thing. The other is actually accessing audiences, playing live music to people. I've spoken before about this problem, living rurally and remotely, out of the various loops, struggling to get on the circuit or connect with the various new music scenes and circuits, especially in the UK. A lot of this is social and I'm pretty much a lone wolf here in the Borders.
So any promoters out there, please have a listen to my work which is well documented on this site and if you think my music would appeal to your audiences give me a shout and I'll be happy to talk.