Fintan’s six comments

  • Well, that was fun wasn’t it? A nice mix of seasoned players and a few beginners (like me)… a good balance of tunes and songs (none of this anti-singer bollix) and mainly trad tunes for most of the evening, with a great leavening of gypsy/Arabic/world… more…

  • Now, now, kids, play nice in the back seat there, or else I’m turning this car around and there’ll be NO Willy Clancy School for anyone! Hey Mozle, well said, the sesh is what we make it. Some weeks we let the ‘country’ or ‘nondescript-folky’ … more…

  • Maith thú a Criostóir! I’ll see you there soon. At least it’s not on a bleedy Sunday… And it’ll make a change from the Lithgow sesh. More tunes! More tunes! More tunes! I sit there, a singer, saying that - would ye credit it? more…

  • Cheers ears; Yeah, I really should make the great trek (all 12 k or so) to Kedumba to check this one out. Given its weekliness, I can still fit 3 a month in - yay us! And here’s to more whistling! more…

  • Re: Nigerian Con spam

    Kust got one meself, from a tosser ‘called’ Janeth1 - the brass neck on these feckers, addressing mail to Dearest One, I thought I’d finally made a friend… more…

  • Lithgow Folk Club

    FIRST SUNDAY OF EVERY MONTH - A good monthly session, frequented by a solid core of players and singers, keen to reel out a few old songs and tunes. more…