Find your Inner Anarchist today with Hiding in Public
Vicky Sampson & Hiding in Public Release Single "Finished"
The single "Finished" is now available on leading digital sites such as iTunes and Spotify. It features the extraordinary Vicky Sampson.

Legendary soul diva Vicky Sampson is the magical voice behind "African Dream" - the song that inspired a nation and a continent when she sang it at the opening and closing ceremonies of the 1996 African Cup of Nations Football Competition held in South Africa.

From her humble beginnings as a young girl growing up on South Africa's Cape Flats, Vicky has risen to international stardom, appearing in shows throughout the world with the likes of (take a deep breath) Shakatak, Al Jarreau, Tina Turner, Joe Cocker, Peabo Bryson, George Benson, Grace Jones, Randy Crawford, Maxi Priest, Kool & the Gang, and the Stylistics.

Hiding in Public features the soulful singing and tasteful guitar work of Jamie Moses. Jamie has been hiding in plain sight for years as one of the UK's top sidemen having toured with Queen + Paul Rodgers, Mike & the Mechanics, and most recently Tom Jones. When not standing on stage at events such as the Queen's Jubilee or Nelson Mandela's 46664 concerts, he is Hiding in Public with veteran London-based collaborators Kevin Poree, John Tonks and Cape Town based ace songwriter David Holland.

Producer Patrick Hickey is the godfather of South African hip hop and Cape Town's master hit maker with countless singles over the years airing on South African radio stations. Blame him for putting this magic together!

"Finished" also features Matheson Bayley on strings and brass; and Cape Town's Eugene Ackerman on bass.

Buy it on iTunes today!
Jamie Moses on BBC Radio; HiP Win!
Jamie appeared live on BBC London Radio on Monday, 4 March! He was a guest on the Simon Lederman show.

Jamie performed two Hiding in Public songs and spoke about his extraordinary career (and told a few tales out of school on a school night).

A replay is available until 11 March on this link at BBC radio London. Jamie begins at the 32 minute mark.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0151rmq

Hiding in Public won Grand Prize in the Broadjam/Steinberg songwriting competition!

Three songs from our new album "Inner Anarchist" where voted to be the Grand Prize winner (and worth over $10,000 worth of recording gear) by the Broadjam community. Thank you Broadjam, Steinberg and the Broadjam community!

Cheers, Hiding
Find your Inner Anarchist today
Our new album Inner Anarchist went live today and can be found on iTunes, Spotify, and the HiP website.

We received a glowing 5-star Top Pick review from babysueTM, who we'll allow to do the introduction.

"The guys in Great Britain's Hiding in Public are back again with an album that ought to be a runaway success. Inner Anarchist features exceedingly accessible and slick commercial pop music polished to perfection. The band is comprised of Jamie Moses (vocals, guitar), David Holland (guitar), Kevin Poree (bass, keyboards), and John Tonks (drums, percussion). The vocals on these cuts are warm and friendly and the playing is inspired and precise. Eleven well-crafted cuts. Our favorites include "The Road to Happiness (Is Nothing Like The Road To The Coast), "We'll Get By," "Finished," and "Going Places." Anyone who ever loved classic radio pop from the 1970s and 1980s is bound to fall in love with these tracks. Another exceptional album from an exceptionally brilliant band. Top pick."

We've set up a HiP Tip Jar if you would like a physical copy of the CD. The amount is up to you.

Special thanks to Amanda Holmes for the stunning cover design, Neal Snyman for the excellent mastering of the album, and the wily "Lukifer" Billing for keeping Jamie's coffee mug topped up in Berry Street Studio.

Cheers, Hiding
"After Today" released as single on iTunes
Our new single "After Today" was released on iTunes, Spotify and other digital outlets today. We are promoting this song to UK radio and hope to have it filling the airwaves shortly.

You can hear "After Today" on the Hiding in Public website. We expect to release our new album "Inner Anarchist" in late July. Stay tuned and thanks for your support!

Cheers, Hiding
Hiding in Public is a Finalist in the Brit Writers' Awards
Despite the quiet, we've been quite busy and have terrific news to report!

- Our song "Worlds Away, Yards Apart" has been chosen as a Songwriting Finalist in the Brit Writers' Awards. The winner will be chosen at a red carpet affair on 7 October in London. Wish us luck!

- "After Today" was selected as a Finalist in the 2011 UK Songwriting Contest. Written by Jamie and David, it will feature on the next Hiding in Public album and can be heard right now on Jango http://www.jango.com/music/Hiding+In+Public.

Work continues on the new album, which we expect to release in early 2012. Thanks for your support and spreading the word!

Cheers, Hiding

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Terrific reviews and a chance to hear two new songs!
Greetings from London! Two fantastic reviews of our EP "Turned Out Right" have been published. The latest appeared in LA's Music Connection (see page 50 in the May edition):

http://musicconnection.com/digital/

"The raspy Jamie Moses fronts this UK foursome, whose sound echoes with classic influences, and neatly balances the alt with the accessible. "Swedish Tales" has deft production touches that give an indie edge, while its singalong chorus could get any pub crowd on its feet. Meanwhile, "Road To Happiness" (with its Police-influenced rock meets reggae schematic) and the searching, confessional ballad "Turned Out Right" (graced by a soulful guitar solo) could easily make it onto a film or TV soundtrack. All in all, this one crafty outfit."

We won 5 stars and were a TOP PICK in babysue:

http://www.babysue.com/2011-March-LMNOP-Reviews.html#anchor198804

"This is one of those rare cases where the guys in the band are doing everything right. The band name is great...and, most importantly of course, the songs are FANTASTIC. This EP only features four tracks...but every single one is a direct HIT. Hiding In Public songs are basically singalong pop...but they're so smart and direct that you can't help but fall in love with 'em."

We succeeded in stealing Jamie for a few days from the Tom Jones tour and recorded four new songs. We need your help deciding which song we should consider releasing as a single.

Release One Last Night or After Today as a single?

What do you think? We'll leave these songs posted on our website until Wednesday (please note these are not final mixes, so we welcome all suggestions).

Thanks for listening and spreading the word!

Cheers, Hiding
Hiding in Public Release EP
London pop/rock group Hiding in Public has released their fourth album, a 4-track EP titled "Turned Out Right". Similar to their other efforts, this album covers quite a bit of musical ground in its quest to rediscover vintage pop/rock, and is already winning radio play in the UK.

Power pop with hints of the Beatles and Kinks pack the opening track "Vill Du Ha Te Med Mig (Swedish Tales)", an amusing tale about a trip to Sweden that warps into an unusual adventure. The melodic rock and reggae employed in "The Road To Happiness (Is Nothing Like The Road To The Coast)" provide ironic support to the dark humor and misguided aspiration of the lyrics. The title track is a majestic number with haunting lyrics, a mesmerizing chorus and sterling guitar work. This radio-friendly tune has scored airplay in the UK. The final track, "Now's Not The Time" demands a few extra decibels and an air guitar to enjoy it fully! "Turned Out Right" is jam-packed with sing along melodies, top-notch musicianship, and tasteful guitar riffs.

Hiding in Public features the quirky, award winning tunes of songwriter David Holland, and the extraordinary guitar playing and silky, soulful singing of Jamie Moses. Jamie has played second guitar to Brian May for over a decade and toured extensively with Queen + Paul Rodgers. He is one of Britain's busiest guitarists with a voice that is winning attention. John Tonks on drums and Kevin Poree on bass and keyboards round out the band. The album was recorded at London's Berry Street Studio.

Hiding in Public "subscribes to the long lineage of British pop song craft, starting with the Beatles but also the Small Faces and Squeeze," wrote Billboard and, "displays the same unaffected yet sophisticated leaning of its predecessors." Their thought-provoking, quixotic songs are loaded with radio-friendly hooks and retro twists. Exposure includes worldwide radio play, BBC radio performances, television use, and 1st Prize in the prestigious International Songwriting Competition (2008).

Hiding in Public's three previously released CDs are available through iTunes and other digital distributors. For more information on the band, please visit www.hidinginpublic.com or write to info@hidinginpublic.com .

London, UK - 21 February 2011
Jamie & David will perform live on BBC Radio and more!
Plenty of exciting developments for those of us Hiding in Public.

Jamie and David will be performing live on BBC Radio East on the Sue Marchant show. You can hear it live over the web at 8:20 PM British time (3:20 PM EST) on Friday, 11 February. Don't miss the fun and Friday evening warm-up!

http://www.bbc.co.uk/cambridgeshire/programmes

You can hear Jamie and David live on Hermitage FM on Tuesday, 8 February at 2:00 PM BST and live on 103 The Eye on Monday, 14 February at 6:00 PM BST.

http://www.hermitagefm.com/ - Hermitage FM

http://www.103theeye.co.uk/ - 103 The Eye

Thanks for your support and help in spreading the word!

Cheers, Hiding

p.s. We will feature a brand new song we have not released on the radio performances.

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Hiding in Public music video and new image released
It's snowing like the dickens in London and all I can see is white! May as well use the downtime to send a cheerful update:

+ We're getting radio airplay in the UK with our new song "Turned Out Right (Found What's Wrong)" and look forward to turning it up a few notches in the New Year.

+ We've just posted a HiP video on YouTube for our new song "The Road To Happiness (Is Nothing Like The Road To The Coast)". We've juxtaposed California cool and East End London attitude. We didn't succeed in smuggling Jamie into California, so his sunny appearance is limited to the London scenes. Special thanks to Kelly and Luke for their patience and excellent camera work. Please check out and share the link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuFCLdtW4ko . We'd love to hear what you think!

+ The new EP "Turned Out Right" will be released in January 2011 and will feature 4 new songs. In anticipation of the release, we're giving our websites a facelift. We've posted the new cover at Hiding in Public and our other sites. The "Defenestration" sculpture is real and is the remarkable work of Brian Goggin. Check it out at http://www.defenestration.org/

We wish you all the best over the holiday break and into the New Year. We have plenty planned for 2011. Thanks for your support!

Cheers, Hiding

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HiP song used on US TV; Radio interview with David; Lovely weather
Greetings from sunny cold London! Just a brief update on some exciting news:

+ The song "I Don't Know How" from our 1st album was used on the television show "Terriers" which was broadcast across the US. This scene was on a San Diego beach with the characters speaking about women and the Fibonacci sequence. Hmm, a rather odd association for Hiding in Public, or is it?

+ We have begun promoting our latest songs to UK radio stations. You can hear an interview with David on the new songs and HiP's plans on Live Wire Talk Plus. The interview is with Phil Ray and will be broadcast on Tuesday 16 November between 8:00pm and 10:00pm Greenwich mean time (between 3:00pm and 5:00pm EST): http://www.livewiretalk.co.nr/

+ Jamie, Kevin and David are in the studio this week working on 2 cracking new songs. David and Luke are editing a video for the song "The Road To Happiness (Is Nothing Like The Road To The Coast)."

+ We will release a 4-track EP in January, so stay tuned!

Thanks for your support!

Cheers, Hiding

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Sneak Preview of More New Songs from Hiding in Public
Thank you for your feedback on the songs we posted two weeks ago! It is enormously valuable. The clear favourite was "Now's Not The Time".

We are busy with the final mixes, and would like to give you a sneak preview of two more new songs.

"Vil Du Ha Te Med Mig" is a guitar-packed, power pop number detailing zany Scandinavian adventures: http://www.hidinginpublic.com/song/0.

"Turned Out Right (Found What's Wrong)" is a dark, existential track featuring a stirring melody and the lads at their musical best: http://www.hidinginpublic.com/song/1.

Again, we need your help. If you send a note to info@hidinginpublic.com stating which of these two songs you prefer, we will send you a free mp3 of your favourite once the final mixes are completed. We really appreciate your feedback!

Please drop by our Facebook page and become a fan. Thanks for your support and stay tuned for the upcoming EP!

Cheers, Hiding

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Sneak Preview of 2 New HiP Tracks
We've lived up to our name and have been laying low, Hiding in Public. Don't be fooled by (lack of) appearances. Below the hot summer streets of London, we were busy working on new songs at Berry Street Studio. An EP will soon be on the way!

We would like to give you a sneak preview of two new songs:

"The Road To Happiness (Is Nothing Like The Road To The Coast)" is one of David's twisted tales with hints of The Police.

"Now's Not The Time" is a chance to hear Jamie Moses rock 'n' roll as only he can.

We're deciding which new songs to promote and need your help. If you send a note stating which of these two songs you prefer, we will send you a free mp3 of your favourite once the final mixes are completed.

Jamie was interviewed on the Live Wire Show. You can hear Jamie talk about Hiding in Public, touring with Queen and share stories of his extraordinary rock 'n' roll experiences. We've posted a replay on our website.

Please drop by our Facebook page and become a fan. Thanks for your support and stay tuned for more new tunes!

Cheers, Hiding

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Jamie will be Hiding in Public on BBC Kent & BBC Surrey
After successfully taming BBC East, we've been able to secure appearances on BBC Kent and BBC Surrey. Our song "Sangria Evening" continues to warm the British chill and UK radio stations as we await spring.

Jamie will appear on the BBC Kent Roger Day Show at 7pm on Monday, 29 March. Rumour has it that Jamie will bring along a guitar, so tune in for the possibility of another fine live performance.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/kent/local_radio/programmes_weekdays/roger_day/index.shtml

For those of you who like a strong dose of rock 'n' roller with your coffee, Jamie will appear on the BBC Surrey Breakfast Show at 9:30am on Tuesday, 30 March. Rumour has it that Jamie will be spared the joy of breakfast show singing, and offered an extra shot of espresso to liven Surrey's airwaves.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/local/surrey/hi/

Many thanks to Gaynor and Steve Osborne for their help! Stay tuned, we've almost completed two new songs at Berry Street Studio and hope to give you a sneak preview soon.

Cheers, Hiding

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Replay of Hiding in Public on BBC Radio
Jamie and David were a smash hit on Sue Marchant's BBC radio show! They performed "Waste More Tears" and "Sangria Evening" live. The loquacious lads kept Sue and her listeners entertained for over 30 minutes with stories, songs and stirring banter. You can hear it all on this BBC replay. Please fast forward to 2:07.25. This replay is good until Monday, 8 March.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p006kngw

We have also posted an edited replay on the HiP website, which has an indefinite shelf-life.

http://www.hidinginpublic.com/song/22

Stay tuned, there is more to come! Besides occupying UK airwaves, they have been recording new tracks at Berry Street Studio.

Cheers, Hiding

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Hiding in Public on BBC Radio!
We have exciting news to report! Jamie and David will appear live on BBC Cambridgeshire next Monday, 1 March at 9:10pm. If you can't dial in on the radio, you can tune in on the web at

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/playlive/bbc_radio_cambridge/

Jamie and David will be interviewed and feature on the Sue Marchant show, which will be broadcast across the East of the UK on BBC Cambridgeshire, BBC Essex, BBC Norfolk, BBC Suffolk, BBC Three Counties and BBC Northampton. What a bonanza!

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p006kngw

Jamie will perform "Sangria Evening" and "Waste More Tears" live and unplugged. It promises to be a special night and we hope you'll tune in for the fun. Please help us spread the word!

Cheers, Hiding
Interviews with Hiding in Public
A quick note for those who didn't get up early enough to hear Jamie on Steve Flynn's Breakfast Show. We've posted the full interview with Jamie on our website. Listen to Jamie chat about Hiding in Public, secrets of the recording process, and touring with Queen at www.hidinginpublic.com/song/21.

Jamie and David were recently interviewed at Berry Street Studio. Watch Jamie tell the hilarious tale of "Beatling" with Paul McCartney! Learn more about Hiding in Public and the deep dark secrets of Berry Street during this humorous video at www.berrystreetstudio.com/?p=1077.

We've marked the download price of our three albums to $3.99 each and the physical CDs to $7.97 on CDBaby over the holiday season at www.cdbaby.com/Artist/HidinginPublic. If you prefer Apple (sorry but at the normal price), you can also find us on iTunes at http://itunes.apple.com/gb/artist/hiding-in-public/id57707678.

Thanks for your support and for helping us spread the word! We wish you all the best over the holidays.

Cheers, Hiding

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Earth to Hiding in Public, Are You Out There?
Seasons greetings from London! It's been a real flipping roller coaster of a year, hasn't it. Never mind, turn on Bikini Blue Sky and tune out the grey winter skies, we have some great news to report.

We've been added to over 40 radio stations in the US and are now getting airplay in the UK. If you hear us, please request more! David has been interviewed by stations in Bristol and Glasgow ("alright Jimmy") with more interviews on the way. Jamie will feature on Steve Flynn's Breakfast Show next Saturday 12 December www.ventureradio.co.uk/ where he talks about Hiding in Public, touring with Queen, the Pacs upcoming album and reveals a host of delicious secrets. Not to be missed if you can get yourself out of bed!

TruckerTwotimes, a big fan of the song I'm Running Late from our 1st album, posted a very cool video featuring the track on YouTube. Check out I'm Running Late on YouTube www.youtube.com/watch?v=MdX0lFEzvsM !

We've reduced the price of our albums on CDBaby for the holiday season. We've marked the download price of our three albums to $3.99 each and the physical CDs to $7.97 each. Order Hiding in Public now on CD Baby www.cdbaby.com/Artist/HidinginPublic. Please don't be shy, help us tell the world.

If that's not enough, we've made a couple of secret visits to Berry Street Studio to work on new tracks. Stay tuned ...

Thanks for your support and for helping us spread the word!

Cheers, Hiding

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Hiding in Public Radio Adds Growing
I've been everywhere but here, but you now how it goes 'cos there's no place like nowhere.

Great news! We are getting picked up by radio stations in the US and the number is growing. If you are in CT, give a shout to WESU, WPKN and WWUH. For the Fighting Illini, try WEFT and the Hoosiers can tune into WFHB. If you are a Minneapolis rocker, call KFAI and in St. Louis you can hear us on KDHX. Nothing would please Jamie more than to spend a few days in Houston, so our extended family in Texas should get on the hook to KPFT and demand HiP. Thanks for your support!

Cheers, Hiding
New album"a series of subtle delights" and "a non-stop string of oughta-be hits"
Wow, we're blown away by recent reviews of our new CD "Worlds Away, Yards Apart"! The one and only Billboard called the album "a series of subtle delights." Billboard review:

"Hiding in Public subscribes to the long lineage of British pop songcraft, starting of course with the Beatles but also the Small Faces and Squeeze. "Worlds Away, Yards Apart," the troupe's third release, was delayed by singer/guitarist Jamie Moses' stint in the back line of Queen + Paul Rodgers but displays the same unaffected yet sophisticated leaning of its predecessors. Despite its eclectic bent, this is consistently engaging, from the rootsy richness of the title track to the brassy, Rat Pack-saluting punch of "Bikini Blue Sky" to the cabaret rollick of "Picture of Me With a Portrait of the Queen." The contemplative "Free After Free Fall" hews toward folk-rock, while "She Was Mine" mines cabaret dynamics and "Sangria Evening" incorporates a gentle Latin sway. It's a series of subtle delights that make for an understated but captivating whole. "

LMNOP piled on by making the album one of its top picks, awarding it 5 stars and writing "Hiding in Public play extraordinarily warm and hummable smooth pop music that spins like a non-stop string of oughta-be hits." LMNOP review:

"Wonderfully melodic keyboard-driven pop music reminiscent of some of the best artists from the 1970s. This one quickly squeezed under the fence right before we were uploading reviews...and we're glad as hell it did. The folks in Hiding In Public play extraordinarily warm and hummable smooth pop music that spins like a non-stop string of oughta-be hits. We don't hear many self-released CDs that are as ultimately satisfying as this. Driven by the songwriting talents of David Holland ... these guys have come up with eleven cool treats here. We only had time to spin this one a couple of times...but initial standout cuts include "Worlds Away, Yards Apart," "Free After Free Fall," "Can't Find The Key," and "Picture Of Me With A Portrait Of The Queen." Great stuff, just perfect for springtime driving... Recommended. (Rating: 5++)"

Both reviewers enjoyed "Picture of Me with a Portrait of the Queen", a wild tale coded in Cockney-rhyming slang about a night on the tiles in London. If you haven't heard this track, you can request a free download by writing to info@hidinginpublic.com.

We cannot set the price for downloads on iTunes, but we can on CD Baby. We've marked the download price of our three albums to $3.99 each! Order Hiding in Public now on CD Baby:

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Thanks for your support and for helping us spread the word!

Cheers, Hiding

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Billboard calls new album "a series of subtle delights"
Wow, we are stoked! Billboard reviewed "Worlds Away, Yards Apart" and gave it a big thumbs up!

Check it out at http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/reviews-album/worlds-away-yards-apart-1003977766.story

Here is what Billboard wrote:

"Hiding in Public subscribes to the long lineage of British pop songcraft, starting of course with the Beatles but also the Small Faces and Squeeze. "Worlds Away, Yards Apart," the troupe's third release, was delayed by singer/guitarist Jamie Moses' stint in the back line of Queen + Paul Rodgers but displays the same unaffected yet sophisticated leaning of its predecessors. Despite its eclectic bent, this is consistently engaging, from the rootsy richness of the title track to the brassy, Rat Pack-saluting punch of "Bikini Blue Sky" to the cabaret rollick of "Picture of Me With a Portrait of the Queen." The contemplative "Free After Free Fall" hews toward folk-rock, while "She Was Mine" mines cabaret dynamics and "Sangria Evening" incorporates a gentle Latin sway. It's a series of subtle delights that make for an understated but captivating whole. "

Thanks for your support and helping us spread the word!

Cheers, Hiding
Press Release - Hiding in Public Release New Album
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May 5, 2009

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

LONDON ROCK BAND HIDING IN PUBLIC TO RELEASE NEW ALBUM, WORLDS AWAY, YARDS APART, IN MAY 2009

Title Track Wins First Prize in 2008 International Songwriting Competition

New York, NY—London rock band Hiding In Public is set to release its third LP, World’s Away, Yards Apart this May in the US and UK. With a line-up of accomplished musicians ranging in studio and live credits from Duran Duran to Queen, Hiding in Public boasts magic pop songs with classic rock smooth.
It was no accident of luck when David Holland, founder/songwriter/guitarist of Hiding in Public, reached out to his pal Kevin Porée of Berry Street Studio: Porée came complete with stalwart mates John Tonks and Jamie Moses. Tonks is an accomplished drummer who can tag Neneh Cherry, Sugababes, Fish, Duran Duran and Paul Oakenfold among some of his past employers; Moses is a well-known UK session kat with a résumé that reads like a racy novel, and with whom Kevin worked on the Los Pacaminos album (with Paul Young).

The band’s debut, Silent Exchange, won enthusiastic attention and aptly demonstrated both a sophisticated songwriting prowess and the top-shelf chops expected of a group clutching such a résumé. Unfortunately, Hiding in Public’s rocket was shot down before it got in the air. Straight after the release of Silent Exchange, Moses got hired to tour with Queen + Paul Rodgers and play second guitar to Brian May. So, while Jamie toured the globe, David hid away penning a fresh set of tunes. When Moses returned, the band emerged with What Lies Ahead, a brilliant long-player featuring warm, haunting melodies and well-crafted pop-rock loaded with thoughtful lyrics.

Two years later, Worlds Away, Yards Apart is boasting an award-winning title track, with “Worlds Away, Yards Apart” recently having been announced as the first prize winner in the AAA category of the 2008 International Songwriting Competition. Recorded in London’s Berry Street Studio over the course of 2007 and 2008, the theme of alienation suggested by the title recurs throughout the CD. “She Was Mine” will immediately make you think of Randy Newman, Leon Russell and perhaps Warren Zevon with its ragged romanticism and New Orleans style horns. “Bikini Blue Sky” continues with a glimpse of cheeky attitude from Moses and an upbeat retro feel heard in the music of such smoove dandies as Neil Hannon and Scott Walker.

The album then swings from dark, racy pop to a contemplative, heavy mood. “Free After Free Fall” offers a seductive, swirling melody with a cathartic chorus that won’t let go. “Sangria Evening”, a Holland/Moses collaboration, is the tune on the album that Moses is most partial to, palpably channeling Gordon Lightfoot and rounded out with a superb horn arrangement by Matheson Bayley.

The album was recorded in bursts until Moses got called away in August 2008 to do his thing again with Queen + Paul Rodgers. So, while the rest of the band worked through the fall, Jamie didn’t re-enter the studio until December 2008. Did Moses suffer guilt? “Yeah,” he says, “I do feel bad if recording schedules get screwed up because I'm off swanning around the world. But we're all grown-ups and we find a way 'round it.” Queen fans who admire Jamie's work receive updates on his movements via the official Queen Fan Club site and Brian May's website. To thank all its Queen supporters, Hiding in Public will announce the release of the new album and give away free CDs on these sites.

About The International Songwriting Comepetition: With judges as diverse as Tom Waits, Rob Thomas (Matchbox 20), Ray Davies (The Kinks), Chaka Khan, McCoy Tyner, Jerry Lee Lewis, Robert Smith (The Cure) and many more, winning the ISC is an accomplishment that recognizes excellence in the craft of songwriting. In its seventh year, ISC received over 15,500 songs from amateur and professional songwriters from 100 countries worldwide.

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"Worlds Away, Yards Apart" wins 1st Prize in the ISC!
Wow,what seemed like worlds away has come to pass. We have extraordinary news to relay!

Our song "Worlds Away, Yards Apart" has gone from contender in the prestigious International Songwriting Competition[/url] to winning [b]1st prize in the AAA category (AAA = classic rock radio in the American vernacular). The contest had over 15,000 entries and the judges included Ray Davies, Tom Waits and numerous heavies from the music industry. One of contest supporters is the fabulous Berklee College of Music. To say we are chuffed in an understatement. Check out the contest results here!

http://www.songwritingcompetition.com/winners.htm

Our new CD "Worlds Away, Yards Apart" is now live on iTunes, CD Baby and of course our website. The press release announcing our latest album will be unleashed onto an unsuspecting world on Tuesday. There are a few surprises planned, so stay tuned. We are as proud and excited as expectant fathers and invite you to check us out on iTunes!

http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewAlbum?id=313540899&s=143444

And here's a curiosity that shouldn't be allowed to escape attention; our twisted tale of pop infamy "She Was Mine" won the Drinking Songs Contest on our music host-site Broadjam.

http://www.broadjam.com/contests/index.php?fltr=Winners&sessionID=B0EC264B55A54BDE94FCBFA3FCE39FF1

Stay tuned for the official release and more surprises. We have made all 11 tracks on the new album available on our website, so feel free to take a free listen. Thanks for helping us spread the word!

Cheers and thanks again!

Hiding

www.hidinginpublic.com
www.myspace.com/hidinginpublic

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SUPER SECRET pre-release CD offer
Greetings from sunny London (strange but true)!

Our new CD "Worlds Away, Yards Apart" is finally finished and the first batch of freshly-pressed CDs just arrived. We are so excited and proud that we would like to make them available to you before the official Spring 2009 release. How about this for an offer:

+ Order 1 CD & get 1 freshly minted copy for £10.00 (ca $14)
+ Order 2 CDs & get the 2nd at half price for a total of £15.00 (ca $21)
+ Order 3 CDs at a very nice price signed by Jamie for £20.00 (ca $28)

You will find the SUPER SECRET (hiding in public) order button on our MySpace page www.myspace.com/hidinginpublic hidden amongst the "She Was Mine" contestants.

If you have something else in mind, drop me a note with your idea. Name your request, any request, and we'll find a creative, fan-friendly price.

Our song "Worlds Away, Yards Apart" is still in the running for Grand Prize in the prestigious International Songwriting Competition. If you can spare a moment, please visit the ISC website and enter a People's Choice vote for "Worlds Away, Yards Apart".

http://www.songwritingcompetition.com/winners.htm

Thanks for helping us spread the word!

Cheers, David

www.hidinginpublic.com
www.myspace.com/hidinginpublic

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International Songwriting Competition Finalist !
We received excellent news today! Our song "Worlds Away, Yards Apart" has been chosen as a Finalist in the International Songwriting Competition under the AAA category. Winners will be announced in April. Check it out!

www.songwritingcompetition.com/winners.htm

You have the opportunity to cast a vote for us as the People's Choice, so if you can spare a moment please visit the ISC website and vote for Hiding in Public.

This is a major achievement for us. Judges include Rob Thomas, Tom Waits, Robert Smith, Ray Davies and many other heavyweights from the music industry. Over 15,500 entrants were submitted for consideration. One of the sponsors is the extraordinary Berklee College of Music.

Thanks for all your support and wish us luck!

Cheers, David

www.hidinginpublic.com
www.myspace.com/hidinginpublic
Preview of Power Pop Gem "Anyone But You"
Greetings from manic London where the weather continues to turn sharply.

We have great news! The new CD, Worlds Away, Yards Apart, is finished and has been sent to the press. Whew!

We will release the new CD in the Spring but will make it available as a pre-release. We will send details shortly. In the meantime, we've received a few notes asking if Hiding in Public can still rock. The answer lies in our latest post, Anyone But You, a real power pop gem. Let us know what you think! You can hear it on our website www.hidinginpublic.com/song/3 .

Stay tuned, we'll post more songs as they become available and offer pre-release, signed copies of the new CD once it is pressed.

Cheers, Hiding
HiP update - Free download of Free After Free Fall
Greetings from sunny London and Happy New Year! 2009 is already looking better.

Jamie Moses returned from the spotlight of touring with Queen + Paul Rodgers to the torchlight of recording the final tracks on the upcoming Hiding in Public CD over the holiday break. The latest material is sounding fantastic and we cannot wait to release the new CD in Spring '09. Almost there ...

We don't want to keep you waiting! Because 2008 was such a difficult year and one that saw the global economy in free fall, we would like to offer you the opportunity to free yourself from 2008 via our latest song Free After Free Fall. You can download it for free at www.hidinginpublic.com/user . Feel free to share it with friends and help spread the word.

Stay tuned, we'll post more songs as they become available and offer pre-release, signed copies of the new CD once it is pressed. If you have a question you would like to ask Jamie and the lads, please send it! The best questions will be answered in an interview and you could be the one asking the questions.

We wish you all the best in 2009!

Cheers, Hiding

www.hidinginpublic.com
www.myspace.com/hidinginpublic
Hiding in Public Press Release for Music Video Contest
Hiding in Public

MUSIC VIDEO CONTEST UPDATE


Fans to Generate Content for Two New Songs

“Their sound is majestic and otherworldly … in the same vein as late career Eric Clapton, Hiding in Public manages to deliver a great tune after another great tune.” - Smother Magazine, Editor’s Pick

http://www.hidinginpublic.com/photos/0

Copyright Steve Bingham 2008 / Photo prompt for Hiding in Public’s fan video and fan photo contest

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 8, 2008

London - London pop rock project Hiding in Public is inviting talented fans and friends to come out of hiding and create music videos for two new songs on the band’s upcoming third album – due out in early ’09.

Fans can download the two songs in contention, She Was Mine and/or Worlds Away, Yards Apart over the coming month by going to the Hiding in Public website and clicking www.hidinginpublic.com/user . The band’s preference is for animated video, but all forms of video will be accepted. Originality and thematic content are the most important factors, so don’t be afraid of keeping it low-tech and witty.

The band has also released a “prompt” photo that fans can use as a visual/thematic platform when developing their video content. In the photo by photographer Steve Bingham, a female mannequin stands posed before a decrepit suburban home with broken windows and peeling paint. “The picture reminds me of the black humour in Worlds Away, Yards Apart and amplifies the tragedy of a trophy wife and expensive life sliding into a broken home,” says songwriter David Holland. “Fans can choose the decadent fun of She Was Mine or the existential twists of Worlds Away, Yards Apart. We encourage talented amateurs to enter.”

The grand prize winner will receive $2,000 with a second place prize (if selected) of $500. Animators, videographers, directors, and music fans across the planet are invited to submit a link to their video(s) to contest@hidinginpublic.com .

The Contest is now underway with all submissions due to the band by December 31, 11:59 pm (midnight) GMT. Hiding in Public will make the final decision and declare a winner by January 31, 2009.

There is no limit to the number of submissions that can be entered. This is a global contest, so anyone from anywhere can enter. All entries must be the creator’s original work, and entrants must be at least 18 years of age to participate.

For those fans who can’t produce video, the band is also kicking off a fan photo contest in which fans are asked to locate cool mannequins and photograph themselves with the model – then send the photos to photo@hidinginpublic.com . Band members will randomly select favourite photos and dispense band swag/prizes for creativity. (They do ask that fans “keep it clean” as photos will be posted online.)

Hiding in Public’s new CD will be the band’s third studio album in four years, and is already garnering strong reviews from fans taking advantage of free pre-release downloads on web and social sites. It is set to be released digitally on iTunes with physical distribution through CDBaby.

Hiding in Public is driven by the songs of David Holland, and features legendary live and session guitarist Jamie Moses. Moses is on tour this fall with Queen + Paul Rodgers, and has played with such luminaries as Mike & The Mechanics, Brian May Band, Paul Young and Bob Geldof. Hiding in Public is backed by John Tonks on drums and Kevin Poree on bass/keyboards.

http://www.hidinginpublic.com/photos/1

Hiding in Public (l-r): John Tonks, Jamie Moses, David Holland,
Kevin Poree.

Questions, comments, concerns, or any additional inquiry can be directed to contest@hidinginpublic.com .

For press information, please contact David Holland at david@hidinginpublic.com or Deb Walsh at dtwalsh2@cox.net .


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Release of latest song "Worlds Away, Yards Apart"
Financial markets are in absolute panic and so called "Black Swan events" are becoming everyday occurrences. What better time than to say Hiding in Public has come of out of hiding and is ready to launch our newest song Worlds Away Yards Apart into orbit.

We will release our new CD in early 2009. This will be our third studio album in 4 years and we think it’s going to be the best! Until then, please head to our website www.hidinginpublic.com for more news and info on the album.

Our latest number, Worlds Away Yards Apart, is pure pop rock magic! Jamie sounds fantastic and we trust you'll be singing along after a few listens. For the next two weeks, we are offering a free download of WAYA on the Hiding in Public website! If you like it, please tell your friends and send them our way so they can take advantage of the offer. You can also hear it on MySpace.

www.hidinginpublic.com
www.myspace.com/hidinginpublic

On a related note, we are launching a video-design contest for all you talented artistic types! We are looking for creative animation to post on YouTube for WAYA and She Was Mine. Download the tunes and get to work! We’ll be posting the details of the contest soon, so keep your ears to the ground. The sky’s the limit, so be creative. The winning video will be the “official” video. You will be richly rewarded with not only our love and potential world fame, but also with some great prizes – still to be determined ...

Peace, Love & Keep Away from them Black Swans,

Hiding
Latest News, Newest Song "Save Me"
Greetings from sunny London! I'd better write quickly so I don't let the sun go down on me. We've posted a new song called "Save Me" which has hints of early David Bowie and The Beatles "A Day in the Life" (we are unashamed advocates of thinking big). It features the extraordinary Matheson Bayley on strings which propel the song's existential theme. You can hear "Save Me" on the HiP website and MySpace:

www.hidinginpublic.com/songs
www.myspace.com/hidinginpublic

If you would like a free mp3, simply send back a note requesting "Save Me" to David@HidinginPublic.com .

Other inciting news.

• We are back in the studio working on a new set of songs for our 3rd CD. Stay tuned, we'll keep posting 'em as we finish 'em.

• Our song "I'm Running Late" will feature on the upcoming soundtrack of "Johnny Delgado Is Dead" www.johnnydelgadoisdead.com . Let's just hope that gun-slinging Johnny Delgado is not the nom de guerre of guitar-slinging Jamie Moses.

• From the virtual heat of the American southwest to the imagined shores of Tasmania, Jamie and David were interviewed by Hobart Radio International http://www.hriradio.org/aussiequeens.htm as part of an Aussie Queens special (Aussie and NZ Queen fan club). Wild tales of mysticism and magic abound in these thought-provoking interviews with the lads.

Help us spread the news! If you enjoy our new song, please forward this note to friends letting them know they can be saved for free by simply requesting "Save Me".

Cheers! Hiding
"She Was Mine" and can now be yours!
Greetings from chilly London! Those who have heard our latest song "She Was Mine" think it is one of our best. It features the extraordinary Matheson "One Man Band" Bayley on horns and woodwinds. Check out Kevin's smoking piano solo! You can hear it now on MySpace and the HiP website:

www.myspace.com/hidinginpublic

www.hidinginpublic.com/songs

Speaking of the extraordinary, congratulations to Jamie and Sarah on their engagement! The band is rather skint and needs a bit of cash to buy them a present. Purchases of "She Was Mine" from the HiP website will be used to buy their present. It'll cost you $1 for the download (50p for our British fans). Help the band send Jamie off in style!

We'd love to hear what you think of the new song. Thanks for listening and spreading the word!

Cheers, Hiding
Have a "Sangria Evening" on us !
Greetings from London! We had a summer without summer in the UK and decided to head south of the border for a warmer winter and sound. To be honest, we're not even south of the City border at Berry Street Studio putting the finishing touches to new songs. Time to stop Hiding and post a new song!

Sangria Evening is here to warm hearts and homes. Written by David and Jamie, it is sure to break any autumn or winter funk with Jamie's warm vocals. If you would like a free mp3, please post a Comment on our MySpace page www.myspace.com/hidinginpublic requesting the song, or send an email to info@hidinginpublic.com asking for a copy. It's that easy! Please tell your friends and spread the word.

Adios and stay tuned!

Hiding

www.hidinginpublic.com
www.myspace.com/hidinginpublic
Summer's here and so is Bikini Blue Sky
Summer's here and can be found in our latest track Bikini Blue Sky! If you make it through this song without whistling along, you'd better see a doctor. Jamie is in top form and sounds sensational!

You can hear it on MySpace www.myspace.com/hidinginpublic or the Hiding in Public website www.hidinginpublic.com.

Bikini Blue Sky goes well with driving, lying on the beach, having a braai, sitting at a Biergarten, going for a surf or just enjoying the summer sun. We'd love to hear what you think. Help spread the word and have a groovy summer!

Cheers, Hiding
Hiding in Public is the Editor's Pick at Smother Magazine
Our CD "What Lies Ahead" was chosen as Editor's Pick at Smother Magazine!

"What I like about Hiding in Public is that their sound is something so close to pedestrian but it still sounds majestic and otherworldly. Simplistic pop-rock that works in the same vein as late career Eric Clapton, Hiding in Public manages to deliver a great tune after another great tune. Strong and mature songwriting that will reinvigorate even the most stumped musician."

http://www.smother.net/reviews/items/modernrock/2023/index.php
Hiding in Public is MuzikMan's Pick of the Week!
Happy New Year! We wish you all the best in 2007. It started with a bang for those of us Hiding in London. Well-known music journalist Keith "MuzikMan" Hannaleck has taken a fancy to our new CD and chose it as his Pick of the Week!

http://www.muzikreviews.com

The review is making its merry way on the web and can be seen on numerous sites such as All Indie Radio and Music Sites (just above Richie Blackmore, so score one for Jamie).

http://www.allindieradio.com/hiding_in_public-what_lies_ahe.html

http://www.music-sites.net/articles/

Thanks for your kind notes about the USA Songwriting Contest. Unfortunately, "Closing In" didn't close in on Grand Prize and ended as one of the Top 10 finalists in the Pop category. We're delighted to have made it so far in the contest. Please help spread the word about MuzikMan's terrific review of What Lies Ahead.

Cheers! Hiding
Finalist in the USA Songwriting Competition
Season's Greetings from sunny London!

We have some very good news to report. The song "Closing In" from our new CD is a finalist in the Pop category of the USA Songwriting Competition www.songwriting.net/winners.html ! Winners will be announced on December 6.

Radio airplay is on the rise for "Satellite". It is being actively promoted in the USA by Bryan Farrish Radio Promotion and was recently #7 on the charts of the station Nossa FM in Brazil (special thanks to our dear friend Milene). To promote "Satellite" we have made it available as a free download on MySpace www.myspace.com/hidinginpublic . Please tell your friends.

If you're enjoying "What Lies Ahead" and a have a couple of free minutes, please write a brief review at CD Baby www.cdbaby.com/cd/hidinginpublic2 . Thanks for your support and helping us spread the word!

Cheers! Hiding
What Lies Ahead on iTunes
Greetings from grey and windy London! We have exciting news; our new CD "What Lies Ahead" has just gone live on iTunes. You can find it at:

http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewAlbum?id=192536573&s=143444

We will kick off a radio promotion campaign in the US starting 9 October. Satellite has been flying high and will be issued as our first "single" (it seems to me that the only place singles exist any longer is in night clubs after 2 am). To help propel demand for Satellite, it is available as a free download on our MySpace page. Please spread the news.

www.myspace.com/hidinginpublic

We are planning a CD party in November, so stay tuned for details. UK fans, don't hesitate to contact us if you would like to order a physical copy of the new CD. Thanks for spreading the word!

Cheers! Hiding
Official release of "What Lies Ahead"
Warm greetings from sultry London! The day has finally arrived to officially release our new CD "What Lies Ahead" and share some more good news about Hiding in Public.

We posted all 11 songs from "What Lies Ahead" on our website. Please drop by and give them a spin. Individual songs can be purchased on our website for 99c each. The CD can be ordered from our website or CDBaby www.cdbaby.com/cd/hidinginpublic2 . We expect the new CD to be available on iTunes in the near future.

We were invited to participate in a radio program celebrating Freddie Mercury's 60th Birthday party. Jamie, David and Kevin were interviewed and music from Hiding in Public will feature on the program. The party is sponsored by the Aussie Queens Fan Club www.aussiequeens.com and FM2000 in Melbourne, Australia. It begins at 08:00 GMT and can be heard on http://fm2000.netzblick.de/freddie-c.php . We hope to make a replay available and would like to thank the Aussie Queens for their support.

If that's not enough good news, we were very fortunate to feature on Brian May's website http://www.brianmay.com/queen/queennews/queennewsaug06.html#32 .

We would love to know which songs you like best, so please drop us a line. Word of mouth promotion really works so help us spread the word!

Cheers! Hiding
Jamie to appear in Guitar & Bass magazine
Greetings from London and many thanks to those of you who have advance ordered our new CD "What Lies Ahead"! It is due to arrive any day now. We have exciting news to report.

Jamie will be featured in the October edition of Guitar & Bass magazine. In honor of the occasion, we have posted the rocker Everything You Need on MySpace www.myspace.com/hidinginpublic and our website. If you're in the mood for a spot of air guitar, this track is Everything You Need. It appears on our new CD.

We have another special treat to celebrate the occasion; an instrumental Jamie penned called Katy & Ben. You can only hear it on our website or the new CD.

If that's not enough, we were featured on Brian May's website http://www.brianmay.com/queen/queennews/queennewsaug06a.html#02 ! We welcome Queen and Brian May fans who have found us.

"What Lies Ahead" will be officially released on 5 September. You can advance order it from MySpace, the Hiding in Public website or Jamie's website. Please help us spread the word and let your friends know What Lies Ahead. Word of mouth promotion really works and we appreciate your help. Don't hesitate to drop us a line and let us know what you think of the new tracks.

Cheers! Hiding
Q&A with Jamie Moses about Brian May, Queen ...
Here is a link to a recemt interview with Jamie Moses where he talks about Brian May, Queen, Hiding in Public, his experiences with Queen + PR and that elusive solo album.

http://www.queenarchives.com/qa/jamiemoses.html

Cheers! Hiding

Advance Release of "What Lies Ahead"
It's nearing midnight in London and we've finished listening to the final mixes of "What Lies Ahead". No more delays; it's time to release the new CD and get it playing in public.

We posted two brand new songs, "Closing In" and "Things Will Never Be The Same" on MySpace www.myspace.com/hidinginpublic and our website www.hidinginpublic.com . We would love to know what you think of the new tracks. Listen to each song a few times and they're bound to stick in your head. As a bonus for those who want to rock, we posted the rock 'n' roller "Everything You Need" on our website.

We are offering advance copies of the "What Lies Ahead" on MySpace at US$ prices. This news might confuse US fans, but UK and Continental fans will know that it means a very nice price. You will find a link on MySpace for $12.97 which translates into ca £7 for UK fans and ca 10 euros for Continental fans plus postage. We hope you enjoy the new songs.

Cheers!

Hiding
The new CD is almost ready
We've been Hiding in the studio during this surprisingly hot, sunny summer in London and are just about ready to release our new CD, What Lies Ahead.

We are very excited about the songs on the new CD and would like to give you an opportunity to listen to and comment on the CD's first track, Satellite. You will find it posted at our website www.hidinginpublic.com and on MySpace www.myspace.com/hidinginpublic . We hope you enjoy it and would love to hear from you.

You will notice a new look to our website. We have posted photos from the upcoming CD on it. The cover is being designed by the phenomenal Steve Bingham. We hope you enjoy his photography as much as we do.

We expect to pre-release the CD on 8 August, so stay tuned!

Cheers!

Hiding
Hiding in Public update
Everything You Need ... for free

Happy Easter! We have really been Hiding in Public, except for Jamie who has been on tour with Queen + PR in the US. He'll be back in England enjoying an honest pint at his favorite pub in a few days. David broke his HiP in a skiing accident and had to undergo surgery in the US. Unfortunately Queen did not pass through Salt Lake City, Utah to make his stay more enjoyable.

Work has begun on some new tracks and we hope to finish a CD within the next few months. With great temerity, we set up a page on planet MySpace.com and feel like an absolute aliens. To attract visits from you and your friends, we have posted a new song "Everything You Need" on MySpace. You can download it for FREE and we'll keep it available for the next two weeks.

Everything You Need is a fun rock 'n' roller which features loads of guitars and a few twists. We posted it on GarageBand.com for reviews and it is now in the top 3% of all-time in the Rock category. The latest review is pasted below. To hear it and download it at MySpace, go to http://www.myspace.com/hidinginpublic . We would love to know what you think.

Cheers!

Hiding

Everything You Need! (review)

Hot guitar player, nice work! Excellent bass player laying down the bottom end. Backed up by some very tight and articulate drumming. Lyrics are short, sweet and to the point. Vocalist has that range & intonation that every blues rock singer dreams of. Love the beat, mood, melody and the feel. You got my body moving, head bobbing, my toes tapping and I'm singing along. Excellent structure, production and mix. Robert Palmer meets BB Chunk King, it's got everything you need!

Everything You Need
We posted a new rock 'n' roller "Everything You Need" on GarageBand.com and it has done exceptionally well. It will be featured as Rock Track of the Day on 13 April. Check it out!



We've also posted this song on MySpace.com where you can DOWNLOAD IT FOR FREE. Please visit us at www.myspace.com/hidinginpublic or follow the link on our links page.

We would love to know what you think of this track!
Jamie Moses Hiding in the USA
Jamie Moses will be on tour with Queen + Paul Rodgers in the US in the first half of 2006. Please visit Jamie's website for tour dates.
New Tracks for the New Year
Seasons greetings and thank you for supporting Hiding in Public!

Between stops on the Queen + Paul Rodgers tour, we were able to hustle Jamie into the studio to record four new tracks. Why wait for the release of a new CD before sharing the excitement? We are making two of them available for purchase as MP3's on the Hiding in Public website. The new tracks are the first two on the list: "Take Anything" and "Home Tonight".

Don't be shy, please let us know what you think of the latest tracks.

If you would like to send our "Silent Exchange" CD to liven a lucky one's silent night, please go to iTunes link at the Hiding in Public website.

Seasons greetings!

David