TD Lind started out on the great British Pub circuit before a chance encounter catapulted him from Inspector Morse's backyard around New York, L.A, Kentucky, Texas and Paris before settling back in dear old blighty. Whilst on his travels Mr Lind has been the unfortunate incumbent as three consecutive record labels who took his signature ceased to be. He also holds the dubious honour of having had the 'privilege' to play support to both Ozzy Osbourne and James Blunt. A bad luck charm with poor taste or just someone who can't say no who's a tad prone to unfortunate coincidence?
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