jdteehan’s twenty-three comments

  • Fun session!

    I dropped by on a visit from out of town (I wasn't the only one that night). I found them very friendly and welcoming. Great players and good times. Good variety of instruments as well. It looks like it gets quite crowded as the night goes on, so get the... more…

  • Re: Celtic session music in fiction

    The teleporting bar sounds like something Spider Robinson would do. He's not a bad guitarist from what I've seen. Something of a filker. more…

  • Re: Celtic session music in fiction

    Thanks for the great suggestions, both here and off-list. more…

  • Re: Help with choosing a Bodhran

    My favorite bodhrans, far and away, are the Mance Grady ones. Deep and rumbly, as you like, but with a good dynamic range when played right. more…

  • Celtic session music in fiction

    Howdy, more…

  • New dates for 2006

    New post-summer dates for this session have been released. more…

  • Re: Boys and Girls from County Clare

    The fiddle teacher at the start, wasn't it? more…

  • Follow-up

    Word gets around. A couple of fiddlers have shown up. Great potential. more…

  • Details…Slow Session… Monthly

    This is a _monthly_ session right now. No word if that will change or not. Also, it's a _Slow Session_, aimed at beginners, but open to all skill levels. Session lead by Tom Maguire who heads other sessions in RI and teaches bodhran and tin whistle at the... more…

  • Re: What are your hobbies?

    Outside of mandolin and bodhran, I'm active in SF fandom (fanzines, conventions), I write SF (semi-successfully), and I fish (unsuccessfully). I occasionally delve into a past pasttime of studying Japanese language and culture, but the stone has grown col... more…