jfiddlerh’s two hundred and seventy comments

  • Thanks for the tunes guys

    I called in here with Jack and his friends in Jan 2016 whilst on honeymoon in San Francisco. Enjoyed a couple of sets with them with the lend of a fiddle, thanks to the excellent D'arcy. Lovely tunes and as good a pint of Guinness as I've had outside Irel... more…

  • Thanks for the welcome guys

    I happened to be staying in the attached hotel to this bar. The session was open and welcoming, and created a lovely atmosphere in the bar. It is quite organised with tunes set out via notation but they were happy to let me start a few. Nice mix of tunes ... more…

  • Re: Do not ask for credit as refusal often offends - lending instruments??

    Interesting responses guys - wasn't expecting such a body of opinion, it seems the old notion of 'neither a borrower or a lender be' is the order of the day. more…

  • Do not ask for credit as refusal often offends - lending instruments??

    I found myself in a West of Ireland town for the weekend, and (on Friday) was sitting beside some musicians playing a session. Having left the fiddle in the hotel (not walking distance) - this was a 'reccy mission' i found wanting to scratch the itch with... more…

  • Re: Where do you put the banjo player?

    Banjo player sits to my left - then guitar to his left, then Bodhran. more…

  • Re: Trad fans in County Antrim

    Guys more…

  • Trad fans in County Antrim are in for a treat with a stellar line-up presented in Antrim town. The event is organised for 15 November as a fundraiser by local club Naomh Comhghall GAC and recognised artists from as far away as Co. Louth will complement th... more…

  • Re: Trad fans in County Antrim

    Will do Jeremy. more…

  • Re: Trad fans in County Antrim

    Too clever by half with the phone number guys more…

  • Trad fans in County Antrim

    Trad fans in County Antrim are in for a treat with a stellar line-up presented in Antrim town. The event is organised for 15 November as a fundraiser by local club Naomh Comhghall GAC and recognised artists from as far away as Co. Louth will complement th... more…