An Evening with Malcolm Morley at The Half Moon

Listen up! Malc has a unique solo gig coming up on October the 3rd – a month on from his appearance at the same venue with Man. Both are of course must-see gigs for any fan of Help Yourself, Man and Malc’s rich and varied solo career. This solo appearance is being billed as ‘An Evening with Malcolm Morley’ and will be a rare chance to hear songs and stories from across his career. It also gives fans the chance to hear material from his latest album, ‘Infinity Lake’. The last time songs from the album were played live was just before the first lockdown, back in early 2020. What a night that was, Malc and his band receiving a rapturous standing ovation after they’d ripped through a bewitching set that more than did justice to Infinity Lake’s raw blues-soaked material. The October the 3rd show will inevitably be a lower key affair, minus the full backing band, but will be all the more intriguing. This’ll be your chance to hear the songs and stories from the man himself in an intimate setting. It may never be repeated, so don’t miss out!

Tickets are available now from The Half Moon website.


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CONTACT PROBLEMS!

Sadly, the old form that was on this website was proving to be rather problematic. We became aware that quite a few messages were being sent that weren't being received ~ so we've resorted to using a simple email address for the time being. Many apologies if you sent me a message and I didn't reply. I urge you to try again! Send your email to: hello(at)malcolm-morley.co.uk

HALF MOON PUTNEY

Visit The Half Moon, Putney’s website to get tickets for the gig on Sunday October 3rd. It is going to be a really special night. Tickets £15 in advance ~ limited availability so don’t miss out! Rumour has it, we’ll even have a handful of Infinity Lake CDs for sale ~ the very last of the first pressing!

SOCIAL MEDIA?

Putting together this website has certainly been a 'learning curve' ~ but I think we're getting there. For a more interactive experience visit the Malcolm Morley Facebook page and the fledgling Twitter account (@bewaretheshadow). If all goes well, who knows, we may even consider a YouTube channel.