Live at The Half Moon

Here’s a date not to be missed ~ Sunday 16th February, 2020. Why I hear you ask? Well, because on that very evening, Malcolm and assorted musical friends (cunningly dubbed The Infinity Lake Band) will be playing a gig at the Half Moon in Putney. Tickets are on sale now!

The gig is notable in being Malc’s first ever solo full band gig. Yep that’s right, FIRST EVER! James Beck, who many of you will know via his guitar duties with Man, will be playing with the band… more details on the other members as and when they are recruited (or press-ganged) into playing!

There’s lots of conjecture already on which songs will feature in the set. Infinity Lake is sure to feature heavily. But will there be any Help Yourself songs too? You’ll have to come along on the night to and out.

Already, people are booking flights and hotels just to be there. Malc is looking forward to it, and we hope you are too. Please don’t dither in getting tickets… there may never be another gig like this one… EVER!

Click here for the Half Moon website and tickets!

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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.