Charles, raised on the groove of Prince and smooth tone’s of Luther Vandross; uses these influences to inspire his music. The songwriter, born in Stevenage, explored Musical Theatre before finding his voice in music. His effort to express himself has birthed a unique sound, presenting his deep vocals as a current for his 70’s style funk to ride. Paired with his modelesque stature and youthful nature, his lyrics exposed arouses feelings of timelessness. Here’s what happened when we met.
Daniel Bailey is the founder of The Palace of The Dogs. Currently exploring film making, photography, journalism and creative writing – he makes his living as a Performer on the West End. Originally from Hackney, London; he cares deeply for the issues concerning those whose voices are being stifled. He endeavours to advocate the need for those affected by racism and classism to have access to an artistic platform, as a means to express themselves in a safe and healthy environment.
The Palace of The Dogs (TPOTD) ,launched May 2015, is a blog for those who wish to explore identity and expression in art and politics; inciting the progression of a vocal generation in our society.
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“Widow Basqiuat was a morbid nickname, given to me by Rene Ricard, many years before Jean-Michel Died”-Suzanne Mallouk How many times have you heard a celebrities dirty laundry screeched from a bitter ex or estranged spouse, with the dark secrets of their tumultuous relationship hollered through a tacky […]
Check out my new blog on my recent trip to Paris!!!
Couch Series: Meet singer/songwriter Pia Morris. with exclusive Photos, Video and Interview. In conjunction with Soulestial.GLD.
“If I spent my life singing music that means something to me in small venues for the rest of my life, that would be enough” – Pia Morris
Check out the trailer for the first of Couch Series, where we meet Singer/Songwriter Pia Morris.
“Art is a nation’s most precious heritage. For it’s in our works of art that we reveal to ourselves and to others the inner vision which guides us as a nation and where there is no vision, the people perish”- Lyndon Johnson.
The Travel Diaries: BERLIN –
Sleepy. Eery. Still. Follow my journey through the artistic hub of Europe.
9th of July 1981 : Dalston Riot. The pink and orange wash of a late summers day hung in the sky. The town, largely populated by a community from the commonwealth, roasts under poor housing and high unemployment. Fumes, that wheeze out from the route master’s exhaust, […]
Hey guys, I hope your all having a good summer!!!! In my last post “My Vision Of Britain” i explored what it means to British and how Brexit has caused a vast amount of us to evaluate our identity within our nation as well as how were perceived […]
Britain. Is it me or does anyone else feel a dispirited bitter lull after the referendum? I travelled on the tube yesterday on a wet day, a low hum of Brexit-talk, newspapers with the word broad across it, when a business woman, olive skinned, dark haired, a singing […]