rcoleman’s twenty-three comments

  • Re: are there any uileann pipers that can be seen in the boston area

    Carl Kelley plays with Boston's Original Slow Sessions (BOSS)from 7-9 PM and CCE 9 PM -1 AM usually on Monday night's at the Greenbriar in Brighton and on many Tuesday night's at the Skellig in Waltham. Because of the size of the session and his desire to... more…

  • Re: Anyone Going to the CCE North American Convention in Boston 4/24 to 4/27?

    Brad and Joyce - If you want to meet and play a few chunes, I suggest that we meet either on Friday evening at about 6:15 pm or Saturday at about 12:15 pm in front of the lobby bar and we can talk about playing together over a libation. Let me know if yo... more…

  • Anyone Going to the CCE North American Convention in Boston 4/24 to 4/27?

    I just wondered if any of you members of The Session wanted to use this opportunity to get together to play a few chunes? I hope to attend the Friday night and Saturday events and figured this may be a good chance to meet a few members and enjoy some of... more…

  • Re: ITM and addiction…

    And hear I had my spouse and the eight kids convinced that ITM was is really my therapy! ...and a whole lot cheaper at that! ... how much better I feel after the tension of work or family obligations by playing a few chunes, appreciating a chune that ha... more…

  • Re: sessions in Boston?

    The best sessions around for student musicians in Brighton are the BOSS session at the Greenbriar 304 Washington St.on Monday from 7-9 PM. The play list and additional info can be found at more…

  • Re: How was Gaelic Roots?

    Gaelic Roots is a great opportunity to join a diverse group of ITM musicians for a jam packed week of Chunes and Craic. I am just now getting a chance to catch up on my sleep after a brilliant week thanks to Seamus Connolly's hard work. I met and played... more…

  • Re: John McCuskerand Kate Rusby

    John McCusker is indeed a brilliant man with a fiddle as his performance proved on Saturday night even if he is follically challenged. John McCusker and Yella Hoose are well worth the effort. They both play well especially while nursing a pint and eating... more…

  • Re: Slow Session in Boston

    It will be great to see Mike again and I hope he will lead us on a few tunes with the new box. For those of us that are regulars at the BOSS session at the Greenbriar, we owe a lot to Mike's engaging style and his willingness to even associate with begi... more…

  • Re: Gaelic Roots 2002

    Mike leading the slow session playing the box, sounds like good craic to me. I hope he will consider playing it at our regular session slow session at the Greenbriar on Monday night at 7:00 PM to see exactly what he is responsible for starting. more…

  • Re: Gaelic Roots 2002

    Zina - We missed Mike last year both running the slow session and stage managing as well. Mike really gave us a lot of help getting our slow session going two years ago and thanks to him we now have about 35 regulars who join in the craic on Monday night... more…