J. K. Botter’s nine comments

  • Re: The Capn’s Dream

    This sounds similar to "The Sailor's Wife" Mazurka, which for some reason, has been removed from the list of Mazurkas. Good thing I made a copy of the tune in Crescendo. more…

  • Re: Lockhart Arts And Craft

    Sounds like a great place to have a session. Since Lockhart is my hometown, I'll try to come by at least once to see how things are going. Thanks for the start-up. J. K Botter more…

  • Re: Our Lady Of The Atonement

    This session is actually at 7:30 PM Texas time and is made up of the same group of folks who participate in the Pizza Italia session. This is a nice venue with the same friendly people. Undoubtedly you and your friend will be welcome, Mikayla. Check with ... more…

  • Re: Wrong Foot Forward

    Odd, but pretty, nevertheless. Perhaps this should be called a "not so slippery jig" or even a "really slippery jig". more…

  • Re: The Swallowtail

    There may be lyrics to this jig, but if not and you like to sing, give these a go. Made them up stuck in traffic: more…

  • Re: Fulton’s Irish Pub & Grille

    Looks like the sessions at Fulton's Pub will be on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month from 6 to 9 PM. more…

  • Fulton’s Irish Pub & Grille

    This is a brand new session in a brand new pub on the Texas Coast. more…

  • Re: Some easy Cajun tunes?

    There is a book by Cajun fiddler Raymond E. Francois titled "Ye Yaille, Chere!" that contains the sheet music for over 400 tunes. Plus it has lots of stories about the music and how it was inspired. It also contains many lyrics that have been translated f... more…

  • Re: Shoe The Donkey

    Every piece on YouTube that bears the title "Shoe The Donkey" sounds pretty close to what we folks in Texas call the dance "Put Your Little Foot". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k1zxZ0wWUcs more…