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  • The Ivy House Irish Music Session

    Our friendly group of musicians meet every Tuesday evening around 8.30pm in any one of the three bars of The Ivy House on Stuart Road, Nunhead, London SE15 3BE, to play mostly Irish traditional music on fiddles, flutes, pipes, accordions, etc.
    All competent players are welcome to join us. We are a tolerant session so we also welcome earnest improvers and even the occasional (well-behaved & competent) guitarist & bodhránist, maxing out at one of each of these.

    But not spoons or shaky eggs.

    We have provided some of our repertoire on our Tune List - please refer to the page on the link address.

    We will take bookings for events such as acoustic gigs and other sessions - please refer to the page on the link address.

    The Ivy House, London’s first co-operatively owned pub, has become a pivotal part of the local community of Nunhead and the nearby areas of Peckham, East Dulwich, Honor Oak Park and Crofton Park.

    You can find out more about the pub and its history here:

    http://www.ivyhousenunhead.com/

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  • Ed Palmer Old Time Music

    Ed palmer plays old time folk and country music on his guitar, harmonica and piano. also his three daughters sing vocal www.edpalmer.com

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  • Pulse Wedding Band

    Pulse are Scotland’s premier live band, combining top class vocals with outstanding musicianship providing entertainment for weddings, functions and corporate events in Glasgow, Ayrshire, southwest and central Scotland.
    With male and female singers, repertoire to suit all tastes, and an energetic, fun live performance, we will get the party started and keep the dancefloor rocking all night.
    Our 3 piece horn section add a touch of class and a bucketload of power to lift every performance to another level.
    We can also provide a short ceilidh set as part of our evening’s entertainment with the steps fully called for the uninitiated!

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  • Skirdechal!

    Skirdechal! is a traditional folk music group based in Angus which was established in 2009 with the aim of encouraging the talented young people of Angus to enjoy music the traditional way ~ playing by ear ~ learning from listening to each other ~ working together to create a sound brim full of the group’s energy & enthusiasm.
    The group is made up of young people aged 10 to 18 from all over Angus. The line-up changes as the older members move on and new members join.
    Along with the band members, Skirdechal’s repetoire changes over time - the best tunes being the ones you’ve yet to learn. The music varies from traditional fiddle & piping tunes to more modern tunes from Scotland, Ireland, Cape Breton, Brittany & Galicia.
    Skirdechal has released a CD entitled "Folk On The Water" that can be downloaded from iTunes - all proceeds from CD sales will go towards supporting the group in the future.

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  • The Abbess

    Me playing my melodeon

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  • Bricksy, so do you still like the Appalachian as much as you seemed to like it when you posted about 5 months ago?

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  • Steve is setting up an Appalachian for me and I'm hoping it will be ready before I head out for Christmas break. We get the whole week off with pay where I work so I'm hoping to spend some quality time with the Appalachian :)

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  • I just bought an Appalachian fiddle from Steve Perry at Gianna Violins. This is such a beautiful instrument, ideal for just about any kind of music. Steve adjusted it perfectly. I am 100% pleased with my fiddle and would recommend Gianna's to anyone looki...

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    Just wanted to inform you that I had to move the abc transposer away from the old server at 8ung.at,

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