Check out the Tudor Lodge website.

Visit John Cee Stannard’s  website.

JohnCee has written a novel: “The GRiPPENHAM TALES – The Hidden Truth”
Search for it under JohnCStannard at kindle and visit the web site

Almost all of the Tudor Lodge recording since 1995 has been done at the Outhouse studio in Reading.  They recorded the “SPACES” album at  Whitehouse Studios in Reading, where John Cee Stannard has recorded all of his albums.

The “Doob Doo” album was mastered at Air Studios London.

Tudor Lodge support Boars Bridge Festival,  an annual charity music festival held in June near Basingstoke in aid of the Berkshire MS Therapy Centre.

John Cee’s CD “The Doob Doo Album” includes appearances by singer songwriter and amazing piano player Paul Millns, haunting trumpet by Matt Winch. Saxophone grooves by Nick Pentelow and cutting hammond by Roger Cotton. Then there’s trombone by Mike Innes, bass by Nigel Portman-Smith, drums by Richard Hudson, Marco Farris and Howard Birchmore on harmonica, and a special guest appearance by Gary Fletcher on That’s My Way; a song he wrote, and for which he adding guitar and bass. Additional guitars wizzardery was provided by Mike Baker and Richard Cox Smith.

John Cee’s CD “The Doob Doo Album” was filmed and photographed by Badger Music Media.  Additional photography by Simon Stannard Photography.  Album cover graphic design and typesetting by David Mackenzie.  Manufacture by Music Box Media.

The album “Bus Depot Blues” was manufactured by dbMasters.
Studio filming was by Christopher Craddock.