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Travelling extensively with a trusty acoustic guitar, the “astonishingly bouncy talent machine” Rock ‘n’ Reel, was spotted at venues all over England, gaining ecstatic audience reactions from crowds more used to punk rock than acoustic music. At the end of 1990 he joined the ranks of agit-folk-rockers Blyth Power, a band described by Folk Roots, as “a national treasure”. After four years of touring and recording the critically acclaimed Guns of Castle Cary and Pastor Skullalbums, Wob decided to concentrate on his own music. This path has led him to festivals, rock venues, folk clubs and a host of weird and wonderful places in Britain, Europe, Australia and the US.