This is rhythmshop. These are the pages of the Composer/Producer (not forgetting Blogonteur) Chris Marshall

Hello, it’s SUMMER!

I'm Chris Marshall and on these pages, you Dear Web Reader, will find information, music tracks and galleries, connected with my music production company RHYTHMSHOP,  what's been going on, and what's coming soon forthcoming events, releases and gigs with James “Biddie” Biddlecombe, on the NEWS page. Plus in a desperate attempt to amuse and entertain, my writing of a bloggage nature (travel madness, music & media, and world confusion all covered) is entitled "BETWIXT THE INTERIM" and is to be found HERE.

All that and a shop too! Enjoy and contact me with any ideas (apart from Shut Up).



These last three years have been rather busy for your Webmaster, so I'm here somewhere enjoying some sunshine...



My cabaret partner & I are back treading those boards and recording, and great fun it is too.


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Here's singing and cabaret performing star Chris Dennis (aka La Voix) recording at rpl studios, London.

Young up-and-coming star from Madrid

Biao (aka Nacho) is the name of the artist I've completed an album with. He's a Counter Tenor, Pop Diva and hugely original singer/songwriter. We're doing videos for some of the tracks now, but the album's called HAMARTIA. Watch this space.

Live Performances

I’ve been performing live with James “Biddie” Biddlecombe in Cabaret shows in London.

After sell-out performances at London’s The Pheasantry for Pizza Express Jazz, and the Above the Arts Club, 2019 saw us perform at London’s Premier Cabaret venue Piccadilly’s Crazy Coqs earlier this year.

More stuff

There's a whole load of new material in three projects on the way in 2019. Sneaky peeks coming soon.


That's Finn.

He's still the one on the right as a puppy.



trope noun

a figurative or metaphorical use of a word or expression e.g.

“both clothes and illness became tropes for new attitudes toward the self"

EXACT-FLIPPING-LY. Clever people or rather people who THINK they’re very clever say “trope” a lot on the radio or TV, but never in person. Oh, no. “Trope” can actually mean kinda anything really, kinda, to do with words.

Meanwhile, my buddy, lyricist and travel psychologist's dog, Finn is now over a year older, but still jolly cute, though lives in Yorkshire these days, and is just recovering well from a horrific accident, and lives with his younger pal, Bruno, also a French Bulldog.