Patrick Flaherty’s nineteen comments

  • Greasewood Blarney

    Session Tunes, Pub Songs, Original Compositions with banjo, mandolin, guitar and whistle. more…

  • Re: The Connaughtman’s Rambles

    Gerry O'Connor's version on Time to Time shows off his great banjo work. Tatter Jack Walsh is paired as the first tune for a set. The Cd is a goodin'. more…

  • Re: Dancing Beans

    Off for the summer of 2019, start back up in September more…

  • Pickin’ on Mitchell

    4 Bands:Greasewood Blarney(Irish), Buffalo Kin(Folk-Blues), Keening Foxhounds(Bluegrass), Leon Whistler (Newgrass), 8 till close Open Jam Session. Bring an instrument and voice. more…

  • Re: Banjo Albums - Have I missed any good ones?

    Time to Time by Gerry O'Connor has to be one of the best banjo Cds in Irish Music, and it has a such a modern sound to it. I listen to it over and over, and hear something new. I love that there are his own compostions on it. more…

  • Shaniko Hoot, Holler and Sing

    Bluegrass, Country, Old-Time, Irish Bands on Saturday from 12-6. Featuring Phoenix Duo and Keening Foxhounds. Acoustic Open Mic. Gospel Music at Sagebrush Station 10 AM Sunday. more…

  • Re: What is the first traditional group or album you ever listened to?

    Somehow I feel it was "The Long Black Veil" by the Chieftains. The version of Dunmore Lasses is a haunting slower version that brings out the minor key and dark mood. Ry Cooder's slide adds a bluesy feel to the tune. more…

  • Greasewood Blarney

    Pub songs, Session Tunes, Ballads, and lots of Craic. St. Paddy's Day good times. more…

  • Re: Wild Bleu

    We welcome all kinds of acoustic music, hey it is a session with diverse musicians. The last session of the year on the 29th was filled with singing. We leaned hard on bluegrass and country standards. However there were a few Irish gems. We had 7 players... more…

  • Re: Wild Bleu

    Starting this session back up for the fall in October. Now starting at 3PM. Going till?? at least 5PM more…