RexMcGee’s six comments

  • Re: James F. Dickie

    I learned this from the concertina playing of Simon Thoumire as the last tune in his "Tipsy Sailor" set from his 2003 release "The Big Day In" with David Mulligan. He has some high C sharps that present a challenge on the fiddle, not so much the banjo. Wo... more…

  • Re: Central Library

    Does the librarian know how to pour a Guinness? more…

  • Re: Introducing Mr. Brown, the bow-tie wearing, banjo playing geometry teacher!

    I started out playing bluegrass banjo and wound up with an Irish repertoire which I use three fingers to the following effect: more…

  • Re: Would this freak you out?

    We've incrementally invited this post privacy age we are speeding towards as technology has facilitated interconnectedness none of would have thought possible a few years ago. We'd be well served to make our lives an open book lest we drive ourselves craz... more…

  • AKA the Joys of Wedlock

    Another name I've heard this tune called is the Joys of Wedlock. Anybody else? more…

  • Identity theft?

    Curiously enough, Frankie Gavin's Frankie Goes to Town has a track he calls, "The Maid Behind the Barrel" . It is in Em, of course tuned up to Fm as is Frankie's preference. more…