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!
My name is Jeremy. I'm from the town of Cobh, county Cork but I'm living in Brighton, southern England now.
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
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
American born Irish/English, reverse pioneer now residing in East Sussex. Playing flutes and whistles, guitar, bass, and experiemental electronica.joined 3 years ago
Violinjoined 2 years ago
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 3 months ago
Used to play violin when a kid. Want to learn Irish penny whistle in my mid-life. What are my chances og getting the hang of it?joined 4 months ago