20 November 2017

A work in progress

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At 2:36 pm, Blogger The Clarinbridge Banjo Gathering said...

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At 6:35 pm, Blogger Zod said...

Hi. Is this your festival that's advertising by driving a car flying a confederate flag around Dublin?

 
At 8:02 pm, Blogger Richard Hawkins said...

No. The Bluegrass Ireland Blog doesn't have a festival; has never considered organising a festival; and in the unlikely event of our ever doing so, we would not use a confederate flag as a symbol. Has any reader seen this reported car?

BIB editor

 
At 3:22 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi,

For those who play fiddle and 5 string banjo,

Are there any bluegrass workshops or teachers, or group classes or sessions for intermediate or beginner adult musicians aged 23 to 35 in the Co.Tipperary or Kilkenny area?

 
At 4:47 pm, Anonymous Allan Mee said...

Great blog Richard...what a great line-up for Ardara! Wish could make it...keep on picking in the wind!

 
At 10:40 pm, Blogger Richard Hawkins said...

Alan - thanks for the kind words, and yes, isn't it an astounding lineup for Ardara? If you find you can make it, better bring a tent...

All the best,

Richard

 
At 4:16 pm, Blogger Anon said...

Looking to hook up with bgrass musicians..guitar player, bassist seeking female singer.. Must be pitch perfect or close...thank you

 
At 8:57 pm, Blogger Richard Hawkins said...

The post on which you have commented clearly states, in red letters, 'Send in news or queries by e-mail, please; we can't send a direct reply to a comment on a post.'

If you genuinely want a reply, use the e-mail link provided, giving some details of who and where you are and how to contact you.

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