TIN PAN ALLEY TALES goes into production after this successful crowdfunder
Thank you one and all for your pledges and tremendous support. We are Phundee's most successful campaign to date. Reaching almost £24,000 and a very pleasing 110% of our target.
We reached conclusion on Xmas day. We now have enough in the pot to shoot the film and hopefully have something ready for the late Spring of 2017. We will keep all donators advised. Watch this space and see our upcoming emails to all pledgers.
2 years ago
The Guardian TODAY BY Dave Hill 'The future of Denmark Street: rebirth opportunity or dystopian hell?'
Steve Mason formerly of The Beta Band and King Biscuit Time Offers a great deal to help the film
Calling all fans of Steve Mason of TheBeta Band and King Biscuit Time fame. He will provide a pair of VIP Barbican Concert Tickets (January 2017) for a £250 pledge where you get to bring a mate, get backstage VIP triple AAA passes for a meet and greet plus three of his vinyl solo albums all signed. First to pledge £250 here. You will also get a ticket to the premiere of our film and a T shirt and badge. A good deal.Pledge donations here now
2 years ago
MOJO 60's feature on Tin Pan Alley here
2 years ago
LONDONIST ONLINE feature here Today - Where To Be Punk In London
We have a full page in MOJO 60's Magazine on Page 10. This week we RAISED £2,900
Go to any newsagent and buy MOJO magazine. We have a full page in MOJO 60's Magazine on Page 10 . We are also featured in many specialist Hi Fi Magazines too. We are in print as far afield as as The Sydney Morning Herald and all Australian 'In Flight Magazines'. Meanwhile, we had a record week in raising £2,700 with 403 pledges as donations so we are now at 73% of our target with just 18 days to go. Spread the work folks as you all helped us achieve this. But we still need further donations. 120 £50 quid donations would see us reach target by that date. Or 240 £25 donations would work too. Thanks!
Feature tells of rare vinyls and acetates being donated to Tin Pan Alley Tales by Bowie & Madness producer Clive Langer
Producer Clive Langer donates his white label master of Bowie's 1986 single 'Absolute Beginners' 12 inch.This picture and the one below of Suggs were both taken by photographer Richard Piercy. A newspaper feature appears here in the West End Extra at the link below http://www.westendextra.com/rare-bowie-alley
2 years ago
Madness producer Clive Langer donates rare Madness acetates to Tin Pan Alley Tales fundraiser. Here's Suggs and Henry with the discs
2 years ago
MADNESS and BOWIE rarities donated to the campaign by Madness producer Clive Langer. Auctioning soon. Make a bid @ Contact @ Green Button
Clive Langer the longtime producer of Madness has donated the following valuable items for us to auction both here and on a soon to be set-up Ebay Auction page in order to raise much needed funds for the film; namely The Lot - a 'Madness Best Of' - issued in 1985 (as a rare original four x 12 inch acetate master from The Town House Studios in Shepherds Bush, London on The Town House label) Madness's 5th studio album Mad Not Mad (as a white label test pressing rarity) and the 1986 production of Absolute Beginners the 12 inch single by David Bowie produced by Langer (a 12 Inch white label single test pressing master). All of the white cardboard jackets are date stamped. They are all are signed by Clive Langer the producer. The Madness acetates and white labels are also signed by Suggs of Madness on the white cardboard jacket-sleeves. We have photos of this too.
Make a bid via the Contact green button here on the phundee.com Tin Pan Alley Tales page. Return to the Home Page and look screen left.
2 years ago
Earlier 'Talk RADIO' appearance tonight Sunday 30th at 8pm on Tragedy Plus Time with Bob Mills
A pure pleasure to be LIVE on Talk Radio tonight after 8 with Bob Mills on his great show Tragedy Plus Time with Bob Mills (it just seemed the right title) Talking about? Guess what? Denmark St and the Tin Pan Alley Tales Film. Bob was in my Procol Harum doc 11 years ago. So A couple of Music Tales and one from Glen Matlock made 'em all laugh out loud - cracker of a tale that Glen tells in Tin Pan Alley Tales. And Bob remembered me! A thoroughly top fella.
2 years ago
VIVE LE ROCK includes our feature on the street here below
Radio A Go Go. Three on air appearances this week and an upcoming concert on the 26th. Join us!
This week the campaign was on three radio shows Nick Abbot on LBC, Free Seed on Soho Radio with Ben and crew as well as George Galloway on The Mother of All Talk Shows on network TalkRADIO in prime time. We also have our 2nd Pop-up concert is this week on Wednesday the 26th at The Phoenix Theatre Artists Bar from 8pm in Charing Cross Rd and the tickets are £10 only with all the money raised going to the phundee.com pledge campaign. Drag the time line to 42 minutes until 48 minutes at this Youtube to hear me on The Mother of all Talk Shows at this link here https //www.youtube.com/watch?v=U5tbbc8MD-4&feature=youtu.be
2 years ago
SAVE TIN PAN ALLEY's 'CROWDFUNDER' SECOND POP UP GIG - Wednesday October 26th - 8pm-11pm Phoenix Theatre Artists bar in Charing Cross Rd
Half an hour of fun and Tin Pan Alley Tales amid the mayhem
Great to be on the cool comedy magazine programme that is Nunhead Radio with THE American in London the one and only Lewis Schaffer with The Relatives, providing music here on Resonance fm 104.4 London. This show will repeat on Saturday, but you can hear this half hour of fun, featuring me Henry Scott-Irvine talking about Saving Tin Pan Alley and Tin Pan Alley Tales - the film - here at the link. Click the arrow to play anytime
Radio spot today in London on Resonance 104.4 fm and DAB London
I will be on the radio again to talk about Denmark St and The Tin Pan Alley Tales the documentray on Nunhead Radio on Resonance fm - London's Arts Station. You can listen in live at 18.30- 19.00 (6.30-7.30 GMT) LISTEN AT THE LINK or on radio
Our 4th Update. Money coming in but we still need your pledges. Tell your friends
We raised over £450 at our Phoenix Artist Bar TPA Tales benefit gig. Thanks to all who participated and supported us. Earlier that day we were on London Live TV News in three TV appearance segments shortly after being on Soho Radio on Simone Marie's show (bassist of Primal Scream fame). We have another printed feature this week in The Westminster & City Newspaper about Casanova's two years at 28 Denmark St, which will feature within our film Tin Pan Alley Tales too. Next week we will be on Free Seed On Soho Radio on Wednesday at 11am and streaming online via their website to all. On Friday November 5th we will be a part of the panel at The Night Time Industries' Museum of London all night event on the future of nightlife in London.
2 years ago
Tin Pan Alley Concerts this week + TPA Tales The Film needs your donations - if you have not yet pledged
Updates at October 1st from 'Save Denmark Street’s' campaign re 'Tin Pan Alley Tales The Film' Thank you kindly to those who have pledged a donation to the cause. Almost 200 pledges, which means we’ve reached 21% of our target. If you have not pledged a donation - every pledge counts towards our making a film that nobody else would let us make - then please do so now as we need to gain momentum to bait the bigger backers.
We’ve not been idle Last week saw two radio spots: one on Trash Can Radio with Mike Spencer of The Cannibals fame and another on Soho Radio on Chris Sullivan’s show (drag the timeline to 40 minutes) with special guest Andy Mackay of Roxy Music and Clive Langer who is Madness’s longstanding producer. Both are pledging rare acetates for us to auction. You too could donate something for us to auction also.
Meanwhile, we are in the music trade magazines Music Instrument Professionaland Music Merchandise Review. Next week will see a huge feature in theWestminster & City Newspaper which is free in all major supermarkets in the borough. We are also in this month’s UK Live Magazine in all classy stationers. Furthermore a Times feature has been promised too.Keep an eye out for that. And finally, we have been offered 20% of all sales from Awesome Guitars sold this month. In the light of this it would be nice to see some major UK guitar manufacturers and major British rock stars show similar faith. Why not email anyone whom you might know in the this capacity?
Stop Press Come to ourPop Up Concertthis Wednesday the 5th at 8pm till 11pm at The Phoenix Theatre Artsbar in Charing Cross road featuring some very special guests. Tickets are available here in advance as a limited number with a few more on the door on the night. So buy here now before this sells out. NB: Phundee pledges only kick-in for ‘the free gigs’ after we reach our target.
Radio Spots and Songs For Denmark St this Monday and Wednesday
Save Denmark Street’s Henry Scott-Irvine of Tin Pan Alley Tales The Film will be the uber cool radio this week. Firstly on Trash Can Radio this coming Monday at 8pm for an hour, playing music and imparting tales about The Film, Saving Denmark St, etc...Trash Can Radio is on DAB all over London on Golden Radio. To hear he show LIVE you can also go online go to www trashcanradio.com
We've raised £4,007 via 122 donations in
just one week and are at 14% of our target. Great news! We at The Save Denmark St
Campaign are making this film below, which is crowdfunding for gifts as rewards for pledges
to empower Tin Pan Alley Tales - The Film the story of the music street. Pledge
here if you are not already on board.
Meanwhile, we will be on Soho Radio on Simone Marie's Show next
Wednesday to talk more about the film. So far Time Out,The West End
Extra, The Westminster & City newspaper, and Music Merchandise Review
have all run features on this upcoming documentary. We will have more media appearances in
the works soon, including primetime onChannel 4 TV News with author