Nearby members

  • fredlyr

    I’m a western Canadian fiddler, guitarist ,singer, sporadic songwriter. Used to fool around with penny whistles but sobered up with the help of a good therapist. I cut my musical teeth with Irish and Scottish trad tunes some 35 years ago. The small Rock…

  • David Hogg

    I live in South Slocan, BC, Canada. I play Highland Bagpipes, Scottish Small Pipes, and Reelpipes Pipes. I tinker with penny whistles and guitar.

    joined 2 years ago
  • Pat McInnis

    Started playing tin whistle just over a year ago and currently play with a few friends; mostly jamming Irish trad tunes. I’ve recently started dissecting accordions and have successfully revived a few. may take the plunge and start learning the button. …

    joined 4 years ago
  • aepoulter@gmail.com

    I wouldn’t consider myself a flexible proffesional on any instrument but I play bass, electric guitar, accoustic, piano and keys with native instruments software and mess around on accordion, banjo, ukelele and harmonica and I sing.

    joined 2 years ago
  • Roger Luckey

    Multi-instrumentalist[guitar, dobro, banjo, fiddle, mandolin, cello, chromatic harmonicas] living in British Columbia, Canada. Found this site while exploring for mandola scale length for a friend. Discovered such arguments! Anyway, my main instrument …

    joined 9 years ago
  • Mehere

    Hello,

    joined 3 years ago
  • teamsterblacksmith

    I’m Jonny come lately to the fiddle world. Picked it up 8 years ago when Long John Cooper said, in his characteristic gutteral, “You find a case for that fiddle and I’ll give it to you.” I live in the SE corner of British Columbia, Canada. I used …

    joined 5 years ago
  • Kit Ashenhurst

    My Grandparents left Ireland for England at the turn of the 18th/19th century after enlisting in the forces, and later their children joined the forces for the 1st World War. Most died. I came to Canada at the age 19 in 1967, and now live in a small comm…

    joined 7 years ago
  • Brian O’Neil

    Creston BC

    joined 6 months ago
  • Murray up the hill

    Learning whistle and low whistle right now, they are so simple and portable. I fiddle a bit, poorly..but I seem to keep living in tents and boats which is hard on it, so it tends to stay stored away where I don’t play enough. Maybe someday soon. I would…

    joined 3 years ago