When I started the Liverpool Acoustic website in April 2008 I became a prolific writer of news articles, music reviews and features, and have written and published over 500 articles to date. These include reviews of music releases and live events, a monthly newsletter, a regular NEWS BLAST feature, and other items of news. Also included in my writing portfolio are items written to publicise live music events, which can be found on the Copywriting page.

I started writing in 1997 when I volunteered to contribute humorous features for the Liverpool Hope University student magazine during my time as an undergraduate.

In the 1990s I had three full-page opinion-based articles published in Scouting, the UK Scout Association’s national magazine. Around this time I also wrote a number of article for B-P News, the national magazine for the Baden-Powell Scouts Association.

During my time living and working in Taiwan in 2004/5 I wrote a regular blog chronicling my experiences living and working in a foreign country, my observations on life in the capitol Taipei, and reviews of the many books I read while I was there.

Need a writer or reviewer? Get in touch!

I have a wide range of experience writing for different audiences and different purposes, and have over 500 articles to my credit. If you need someone to write an article, opinion piece, review, or feature then get in touch for a quote or a chat.


Reviews – music releases

Reviews – live events

Liverpool Acoustic newsletter




Random Testimonial

  • ~ Phil and Meryl Browning

    liverpoolacoustic logo"Just wanted to let you know how much we (and our friends Chris and Tina) enjoyed our night out at the View Two Liverpool Acoustic gig. As ever, a cracking group of talented artists in a lovely, friendly atmosphere. I can only imagine the hard work that goes into these special occasions and you guys deserve a big pat on the back for providing all your guests with a top night out! Phil and Meryl Browning - regular attendees at the Liverpool Acoustic"

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