tunebook 3 tunes.
Band leader for Bracken Rigg Band - a traditional Scottish / Irish fiddle and accordion band (various lineups) based in the North of England (around Doncaster) for some 30 years. http://www.brackenrigg.co.uk/
Mad on Irish and Scottish trad.
Playing regularly for barn dances, the band has also specialised in the Northumbrian tradition of tunes, and in the past have played for old-time, sequence, sing-songs, bier-keller and various other continental accordion genre.
I play on piano accordion, anglo and english concertina, all of which I promote and encourage amongst learners in local sessions and clubs.
For my sins I also sing in a cathedral choir.
Always wanting a new musical challenge - my latest "project" was playing tuned-percussion in the local brass band (Dodworth Welfare) - lots of new instruments to learn - the hard bit is the rests, the most enjoyable bit is bashing timpanii.
Since then, I have just completed my first year on tenor horn with the training band - you can still learn new instruments in your 60s.