Steve Oliver on Simon

It was Sunday 26th January 2014 when I met Simon for the first time as he was a guest on my radio show to perform a handful of songs. Having never met him before, nor being aware of him until the booking was made through Twitter, I was nervous about meeting him for the first time in the confined space of a live radio show. I had dealt with musicians before who could perform brilliantly but with zero personality when it came to having a conversation on air.

Thankfully that worry was soon abated as Simon turned out to be excellent company who fitted right in with ease and turned out to be a great laugh. Always enjoying putting people on the spot, I mentioned a blog he had written in which he had pledged to release new product every month of 2014, a project that didn’t happen but he took it with good humour and I have considered Simon a good friend since that day.

Despite his relatively low profile, Simon is someone who has the respect of the music scene players around Nottingham thanks to his friendly and enthusiastic attitude. Not only does he release new music with an output that puts most musicians to shame, he also puts on gigs with acts that he wants to share with people.

Keep an eye out for his name appearing because it means that he has something for you to listen to, but you really should start from the beginning.

Steve Oliver, Writer and broadcaster

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