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  • Dr. Dow

    UPDATE 2015: Last couple of years I've been hugely busy writing and publishing a book and trying to work and study at uni simultaneously, so my social life / tunes life / online life has been put on hold for a while and I've been inactive here for some ti...

  • AlBrown

    I am from the northeastern USA, and play in local sessions. I am in the "grandpa" phase of my earthly existence and have been playing music all my life--trumpet, harmonica, guitar, church choir, solo singing, tin whistle, and most recently B/C accordion....

  • mkearney

    Martin Kearney is a univ. professor of Irish lit. and folklore living in SE Louisiana (very close to Cajun country and its own great trad. music). Been "into" trad. music of the British Isles and Ireland:>)since 1975 when I began learning the fiddle. Back...

  • Greg the Piano Tuner

    -fiddle, flute, and whistle

  • S Barnes

    Newburgh. Guitar and mandolin. Little rusty on Irish tunes. Play in Two Bluegrass style bands. Probably get thru. Irish WW, Banish Mis.,Harvest Home, Belfast hp, Fisher hp, Rights of Man, Rickets up,, Flowers of Edin., Haste to The Wedding, White petticoa...

    joined one year ago

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