Nearby members

  • wordridden

    My name's Jessica. I'm a lapsed fiddle and whistle player. It's thanks to Jeremy that I play(ed) Irish music at all - not because I stumbled across the Session and it piqued my interest, but because I stumbled across Jeremy himself all those years ago!

  • Jeremy

    My name is Jeremy. I'm from the town of Cobh, county Cork but I'm living in Brighton, southern England now.

  • Freyja

    Based in Brighton, UK. I am a penny whistle enthusiast. I have carried a Tony Dixon with me for years and all around the world. I pick it up and put it down at various intervals - currently going through an up stage. Really keen to learn some more jigs an...

    joined one year ago
  • Mike joined 2 years ago
  • Phil Masters

    I live in Brighton, U.K. and have a fondness for English and European folk music as well as bluegrass and 'old time' American tunes. I play baritone ukulele but in a folk style with Front Room Folk, (a 'collective' that play a of session in the town and ...

    joined 2 years ago
  • Daniel Davies

    American born Irish/English, reverse pioneer now residing in East Sussex. Playing flutes and whistles, guitar, bass, and experiemental electronica.

    joined 3 years ago
  • ninibee

    Violin

    joined 2 years ago
  • Bob Fellingham

    Have played violin in local orchestras for many years. Also concert flute and accordion. Enjoy making bansuri , native american, and other flutes. Am now trying to learn folk music, and it's hard memorising the stuff ! Live in Sussex.

    joined 2 years ago
  • Edward Paul Campbell

    I don't play an instrument. I'm trying to find my long lost cousin Dr Gerard (Gerry) McFadden, born Norglen Crescent, Turf Lodge, Belfast. I haven't seen him, since boyhood, for more than 45 years. The last I heard of him from his mother (more than 20 y...

    joined 4 months ago
  • ceoltas

    Uilleann Piper.