Jules is a singer, songwriter and guitarist from Edinburgh, Scotland. Jules Reed is the 'alter ego' of classical composer Julian Wagstaff (see julianwagstaff.com).
NEWS ARCHIVE - October 2019
Jules is delighted to confirm that he will be playing a free concert at the Crafty Cock pub in Billingham, Stockton-on-Tees at 7.30pm on Sunday 6 October 2019. This is a great little craft beer pub, with a friendly crowd and regular live music. Jules will perform two sets, the first consisting mainly of songs from The Firrenes' album Door Too Wide (on which he played and sang), while the second will focus on classic rock and pop covers. Jules will be joined for this show by The Firrenes' bass player/vocalist Walt Cumming - definitely an evening not to be missed!
You can preview the Firrenes album and watch an accompanying video (which Jules appears in) by clicking the images below:
The Firrenes (rhyming with 'beans') performed the song at Edinburgh's Voodoo Rooms on Thursday 30 August 2018.
Jules's solo EP of acoustic rock songs entitled Five Songs for Your Consideration is available now on CD
and as electronic downloads for just GBP £5.00 (USD $7.00) or less (plus a nominal shipping charge where applicable). The
following song I Won't Fall appears on the disc:
You can visit the Shop page for more details about the product, or listen to excerpts for free on the Listen page (along with complete demos of more recent songs). You can also read Jules's lyrics, browse pictures on the Gallery page, or listen to complete songs with lyrics on Jules's YouTube channel.
Jules's songs are varied in style, ranging from indie to soul to rock n' roll. But all of the songs have something to say about the world we live in, and the other human beings we share it with.
Just click on a button below to order from amazon.co.uk or amazon.com (USA):
The songs are also available on iTunes and Spotify:
In the summer of 2016, Jules spent an enjoyable extended stay in Amsterdam. As well as writing new material, he played sets of mainly original songs at two popular music bars, CC Muziekcafé and De Nieuwe Anita. The songs were warmly received on both occasions. Jules spent August 2017 in Aarhus in Denmark, writing new songs, playing live and enjoying the city's status as European Capital of Culture.
As a 'welcome' gift to visitors to this site, the original 2002 recording of Jules's song 'Everything Solid Melts into Air' (originally written for the band Honey Pie) is available to listen to and download below - free of charge. Just click on the 'Play' button to begin playback, or right-click on the 'Download' link to download the track to your computer. A new version of the song appears on the recently released CD.