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How it works. Add a payment method. Patreon logo. Language: English. Currency: EUR. I have been interested in old music ever since childhood as I have always liked the way old recordings from the 20ss sound.
My partner Sarah and I are inspired by vintage fashion and have been going to vintage style events for at least the last decade.
I first started performing as Thomas Benjamin Wild Esq by accident. I hastily threw together some jokes and decided on a stage name just before I introduced myself on stage.
This later led to a hosting spot on the Liberty Stage at Twinwood Festival. For the next year or so I hosted on stages at some small vintage events and quietly wrote a few of my own original songs, although at that point I had little opportunity to perform them.
I hastily knocked together a set including some of my original songs, and created some slightly ropey backing tracks, it went reasonably well and the rest, as they say, is history.
TBW : People often ask me to define the style of music I play, however, I find it a little difficult. My main aim is to create music that people can let loose to and raucously sing along with, so I really just consider myself a comedy musician who writes silly songs.
In school I played the trombone up to grade 6, and performed in various school orchestras and big bands, where I was introduced to a lot of great music.
I gave this up when I was 14 or 15 as I had decided that I was far too punk rock for all of that, so formed my own band who practiced in my garage with a cardboard box and an empty gas canister as a drum kit.
About a year or so later, Ska Punk became a big thing and people were crying out for trombone players, but alas it was too late!
Tell us what that experience was like? TBW : It was extremely surreal. As a songwriter and performer you hope that that kind of thing will happen one day, but never imagine it actually will.
The video came from a recording of the launch for my first album back in November Sarah, being the social media expert she is, suggested asking some friends of ours who run Boyds of Bedford which houses The Vintage Suit Hire Company, whether we could use their shop to host it in as the space was intimate and had the right ambience.
We streamed from a phone and recorded the whole thing from an unmanned static camera placed to the side so we could divide it up to upload videos of songs separately later on.
I first put the video up in early January and after the first couple of days it had about views, far more than any of my other videos at the time, so I got rather excited.
I was about to post a follow up video but Sarah suggested I give it a little longer. All of a sudden I was inundated with messages from across the world and my social media following had skyrocketed!
My favourite part has been seeing how people have been using the song. It seemed to strike a chord with lots of people last year, regardless of their social or political leanings.