ECCENTRIC musician Pete Moser has taken on some ambitious projects in his time, from breaking the record for being the world’s fastest one-man band to performing a musical tribute to the victims of the Morecambe Bay cockling tragedy in China.
Now Pete is preparing another innovative show based around his latest intrepid adventure.
The More Music artistic director spent 24 hours locked alone in the Bowland Tower at Lancaster University last May. Every hour he composed and performed a new song, and broadcast them online.
Some songs were written for someone in a particular time zone and so ended up being played in Canada and the Philippines. Others were written in response to emails, tweets or texts.
See The Visitor (27-12-11) for full story.