Billy Jenkins by The Thames at low tide.
Navigating a sea of turmoil...
Billy's 2005 album When The Crowds Have Gone was described by music critic John Bungey, writing for The Times, as the guitarist's "darkest record yet...". Set against a backdrop of change in domestic circumstances and alterations to the UK licensing laws on musical performance, life for the musician - and life as a musician - was passing through turbulent times. In this episode Billy explains how producer Peter Bennett lent his musical skills, diplomacy and beautiful custom-made guitar for the sessions that explore raw emotions but also offer a glimmer of hope that better times will come.
Series Three, Episode Five: The Tide Is Out
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