Welcome to the Church of the High Priest

The High Priest, the irreverent Reverend, with his band the Brotherhood, deliver a service like no other church on the planet; spreading the love and touching the congregation deep inside. This is musical comedy with sex, politics and hymns from the Deep South… of England, Folkestone twinned with Alabama. The bastard sons of Tenacious D, Tim Minchin and Flight of the Conchords provide hot salvation for those in need of healing, leading them to the promised land!

Now ask yourself brothers and sisters…

Are you ready to feel the love?
Are you ready to be touched deep inside?
Are you ready to see God?!

Currently the High Priest is finishing a new comedy album titled “One man’s comedy is another man’s terrorism”, to be released late 2015 or early 2016.

In 2014 the Mirror newspaper printed one of The High Priest’s jokes in the top 100 jokes of that year at the Edinburgh festival. Number 95. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/top-100-jokes-edinburgh-fringe-4075470

“(The High Priest is)… Like an x-rated musical version of, ‘Have I Got News For You’.”
Jim Ody – Room Thirteen

“This man knows no fear”
Steve Lamacq BBC Radio

Acoustic version of “I’m a Country Boy

Music Showreel

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Gig Incidents

1. White woman stands up in pub in Cambridge circus and starts shouting at me asking why do I have to be so aggressive and disgusting?

2. Black woman jumps on stage and tries rip out my dog collar in Worlds End pub Finsbury after I sing ‘censor this’. The compere and bar staff jump onto the stage while I pin her to the stage by throat.




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“(The High Priest is)… Like an x-rated musical version of, ‘Have I Got News For You’.”
Jim Ody – Room Thirteen

“The Bastard son of Bob Dylan, Bill Hicks and Eminem.”
MOJO Magazine

“Eminem meets Dylan on literate rapping debut from young British beatnik. The High Priest is a smart young man who’s latched on to the idea that Dylan’s Subterranean Homesick Blues was the first rap record.”
UNCUT Magazine

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