moria enya’s ninety-three comments

  • Re: thesession.org session Willie Week 2009

    I'll be there to take photos for Malone's website! more…

  • Drink Round Me Boys

    Does anyone out there remember an old song with the lyrics "Drink round me boys, drink round"? The first line of the song is "If I marry a tall one, the boys will laugh at me, and if I marry a nice wee girl, the merrier we will be." I'm trying to locate... more…

  • Irish Center Rambling House

    A chance for folks to gather to share songs, tunes, stories, jokes and dances. Free to all, refreshments served, cash bar. Irish trivia with prizes. This is the third in a monthly event which can be seen on facebook under the Commodore Barry Irish Cente... more…

  • Re: Help with radio show

    Thanks, Bannerman! Actually Joe emailed me with the information last night. It was too late for this week's show but I always do a show on Miltown right before I go to the Willie Week, so I'll have the info for then. more…

  • Help with radio show

    I hope someone can help me here. I am paying tribute to Ollie Conway, Mick Flanagan and Michael Mahoney on my radio show tomorrow. Does anyone know if the last track on Michael's CD was recorded at the Blonde's? Kilfarboy, do you know? Any help is app... more…

  • Re: What happened to Clare FM

    The same thing happened to me. I didn't even get the 20 seconds, I only got the weather site. more…

  • Re: Favourite ITM album of the year?

    It's Not Racket Science by At the Racket! Great fun!!! more…

  • Session starts at 8:00 with Kevin McGillian and Fintan Malone co-anchoring. All musicians welcome. Ample floor space to dance a set or two. more…

  • Re: Ennis Festival

    Highlight for me was the Tony Linnane-Noel Hill concert on Sunday night! I was a little sleepy after a long day of sessions, the ceili with Four Courts, CD release with Paul McGlinchey and a few pints in between. But once they started playing I was wide... more…

  • Re: air travel with concertinas???

    I have a friend who takes his Wheatstone back and forth several times a year. He just packs the concertina, case and all, into his suitcase. He's taken it to Ireland & Cape Breton with no problems (other than the time his luggage was sent to Dublin inst... more…