Forever Love You Now

Soundtrack recorded live at the Tavastia Club in Helsinki and featuring Fjorst Reag on guitar.


The Tavastia is a legendary Finnish rock club that has played host to domestic and international acts for many decades. The club can hold about 700 people and this relatively small size and great acoustics create an incredibly intimate atmosphere. 

Fjorst Reag

Although little known outside of Scandinavia, Fjorst is legendary on the underground circuit and in her home country of Finland. It was a real honour to have her appear at a couple of my venues on the Once In A Blue Moon tour. She's a really beautiful and talented lady and an amazing guitarist, capable of playing in any style from classical music to hard rock and everything in between.



Where your heart goes, I'll go

Where your eyes shine, I'll follow

To share each moment that you know

Yesterday, today and tomorrow

I can't believe this love I have found

As long as you want me

Then I'll be around

I will love you forever

And forever love you now


While we're sleeping, I dream

That you'll always be with me

Though the time flies and I know the flame

Can turn cold and die out so quickly

But while the fire still burns in your eyes

Then you know I'll always

Be there by your side

I will love you forever

And forever love you now


Without you there

What would my life be?

You're all that I want now

You're all that I need

I will love you forever

And forever love you now

Aurora Borealis

One of the most remarkable features of Finland is light. When the endless sunshine of summer gives way to dark winter, the Northern Lights appear like magic and lighten up the sky. The further north you go, the greater the chances of spotting the Aurora Borealis. In Finnish Lapland they can appear on 200 nights a year. In Helsinki and the south, the Aurorae can be seen on roughly 20 nights each winter, away from city lights. The Sami people are indigenous to the Arctic area of Finland and according to their legend, the Northern Lights are created when a fox runs across the Arctic fells and lights up the sky with sparks flying from its tail, whirling up the snow. The scientific explanation to the phenomenon is that the solar wind sends charged particles towards the Earth and upon colliding with its atmosphere, produce energy given off as light. I think I prefer the Sami myth.

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