Mitchell Macleod’s six comments

  • Re: Trip To Skye

    And sorry to any Shaws'....I didn't mean you were subordinate in any way, to the Macleods' or that the Shaws' had no ties to other clans. My grandmother was actually a Shaw-Macleod so to speak. Her family had been called Macleod legally until her genera... more…

  • Re: Trip To Skye

    Yeah, the band Skolvan from Brittany certainly put a Breton feel on it, which is fantastic....I love that band. Eilleen Ivers and the composer together, sound great too, albeit quite different from the Skolvan feel. As for Bogman's comment, I agree that... more…

  • Re: The Last Jar

    Hiya, Does Paddy still go to this session at all, or has he now packed it in completely? Who is going regularly....Tony (banjo) at least I presume, but who else? Thanks more…

  • Re: Brid Harper’s

    I agree with Bogman, but hey, a lot of so-called "Irish" tunes come from a Scottish source, and it's almost as though they need to be re-named so as to hide the fact that they're Scottish. Don't get me wrong: I love lots of Irish tunes, and I play mostly... more…

  • Re: Trip To Skye

    Hiya, I don't want to knitpick either, but whilst the Nichols/MacNicholls etc may inhabit Skye, I would pretty firmly say that it is the seat of power for the MacLeod of MacLeod branch of the MacLeod clan, whose castle, Dunvegan, is the oldest continually... more…

  • Tooborac Community Hall

    This session takes part on the 1st sunday of the month, from 1pm. We actually hire the hall ourselves, out of a desire for our own space with good acoustics, no publican and litte background noise, though we're happy for a few people in the background if... more…