blas’s two hundred and sixty-six comments

  • Re: Francis McIlduff

    He also played in a band based in Dublin (I think) called After Hours, with one of the Potts and a fella called Alan Burke (great singer!) more…

  • Re: Contact information for the flutemaker Sam Murray in Galway?

    Good luck! You're gonna need it! more…

  • Re: New blood for old players

    I dont do anything! Laziness I suppose. The only thing that I do DO is to play with as many different musicians as I can as regularily as I can. You get different sets of tunes with each session and different styles as well. It stops me from getting stale... more…

  • Re: Big names on this site?

    You never know hottfiddler, maybe we ARE all famous, but we just dont want to tell you................ more…

  • Re: Windows Media Player

    Love Linux, cant stand windows. I found it easier and more reliable to use than the windows option. But thats only my opinion... more…

  • Re: Big names on this site?

    Ptarmy, can I have your autograph? more…

  • This session starts on each Saturday at 1pm and finishes at around 3pm. Suitable for beginners and advanced. Core musicians Dusty Doris (fiddle) and Maria Rafferty (flute), with visits from various guests and local musicians. more…

  • And has changed hands again. Now sessions are held on Tuesday nights. Starts at 9pm, regular musicians include, Breandan O Hare (flute), Barry Kerr (pipes), Tom Clarke (pipes), Andy Dickson (fiddle) and Anne Bailey on concertina. Nice relaxed tunes, but n... more…

  • Re: ‘ello..I just joined up

    Hi Roger, welcome to the forum of nonsense and craic! more…

  • Re: Breathless in Saskatoon

    You should be able to take only one breath before starting the tune round again on the first part, BUT, each tune is different. Why dont you look for the phrases, that is where I take my breath. Its the easy way to do it, that and practise. more…