s.g.’s one hundred and six comments

  • Re: I Love The Playing

    Thanks guys 🙂 that really means a lot to us! more…

  • Also "Mrs Casey’s"

    I got that tune from Kevin Crawford, who told me he calls it Mrs Casey's. He got it from Martin Mulvihill (Brendan's father) when he still was alive, and Martin said that he got it from a Clare concertina player named Mrs Casey. more…

  • Info

    Guido Plüschke - banjo, bodhrán, tenor guitar, mandolin, percussion, vocals more…

  • Re: accordion softcases in Galway?

    thanks a lot! more…

  • accordion softcases in Galway?

    Hi, I'll be flying over to Galway tomorrow and wonder if there's a shop in town that might sell a small soft case for my Clancy b/c box. Anyone knows? more…

  • Schedule

    every month's 1st sunday. ITM (even though it's a french bar), maybe a song from time to time. friendly people and great food! more…

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  • Re: Playing for the sheer joy of it?

    I play for the same reason other people play football or paint or read. I like doing it, so I do it. Having to practise is a part of playing music, so I enjoy it also. I don't see practising as a burden, it's all part of The Thing. more…

  • Defunct

    This session is no longer active. The pub has been sold, and the new owner is not interested in an irish music session. more…

  • This very tune is named Josephine Keegan's on Four Men And A Dog's 1991 album "Barking Mad". more…