Aaron Scott’s twenty-three comments

  • I've played this on the Great Highland Bagpipes as a jig, just play it straight and fast and its rather nice!! more…

  • Re: Why do crap “musicians” always sit into perfectly good sessions and destroy them?

    I for one have NEVER asked to join a session more…

  • Re: Why do crap “musicians” always sit into perfectly good sessions and destroy them?

    The only thing I could tell you is if there's a bad musician in the group, tell him to leave, there are no rules to sessions and if you tried to make any you'd be laughed out of the pub. Don't overthink it too much, kay? ;) more…

  • Re: Why do crap “musicians” always sit into perfectly good sessions and destroy them?

    Well asking a question about a group of people will never get you a definite answer, but if you're trying to start some sort of hate thread I suggest you stop, this site is about music, not spewing hate about ANY sort of musician. more…

  • Re: Is it an Irish tune?

    If you really HAVE to know, you could look at the composer or the region a tune is played in but honestly like you mentioned, who cares? A perfect example is the tune Madame Bonaparte, which is played in both Ireland and Northumberland. Really though, as ... more…

  • Quinn’s Corner

    Every Wednesday from 10 pm to around midnight. Not a large crowd but a good wee session none the less. more…

  • Class tune, funny enough I heard a different story on how it got its name: Terry was on his way to a funeral via bus and when he was getting off the bus he asked the driver where the funeral was starting, to which the driver replied in a thick northern ir... more…

  • I'll be sure to ask him next time I see him more…

  • Re: Boorinwood Flutes

    Thanks for the info lads! I did head up to Gortin in Tyrone looking for the address on their site but they must've fell of the flippin earth! more…

  • I wouldn't think so, in Terry Tullys tune book the composer is listed as "Trad." more…