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Beverly Wright commented on Mark Feeney's video
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Carrickfergus - Robbie Kirwan

"Your voice is beautifully calming. Thank you."
Apr 25, 2010
Mark Feeney replied to Tittibruni's discussion Celtic music from others countries
"Here in a small coastal village on the East coast of Australia , I had some good fortune when this Irish bloke with a golden voice moved in 100 metres down the road. If you listen to his Carrickfergus which I posted as a video on this site 2 weeks…"
Apr 20, 2010
David Boon left a comment for Mark Feeney
"Mark, Congratulations on getting the video featured. Well deserved and great to see Australian Celtic music featuring again. You guys should apply for the Cygnet Folk Festival down here in early January each year. It is a great festival and all…"
Apr 12, 2010
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Carrickfergus - Robbie Kirwan

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Robbie Kirwan's beautiful version of this classic song, recording for Headland's debut CD.
Apr 10, 2010
David Boon commented on Mark Feeney's video
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Carrickfergus - Robbie Kirwan

"As the description says, 'a beautiful version of this classic song'."
Apr 8, 2010
David Boon left a comment for Mark Feeney
"Mark, Sorry you didn't make it to the National this year and good luck with next year. The Mosquitoes were there to support Hannah (the fiddle player) who was nominated for the youth award. They were also asked to play at the Troubadour and…"
Apr 8, 2010
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Mark Feeney left a comment for David Boon
"Hi David, I didn't get to the National this year though we (Headland) applied to perform. Maybe next year. We're playing at The Turning Wave festival in Gundagai in September though which should be fun. Did you have a listen to our version…"
Apr 8, 2010
David Boon left a comment for Mark Feeney
"Welcome Mark from a fellow Australian. I don't suppose you got to the National Folk Festival in Canberra? I just arrived home from the festival and there was some great Irish music played there not to mention all the other wonderful variations…"
Apr 7, 2010
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Kilkelly Ireland - Going Home

"Great job on a beautiful song about ordinary people. Thanks for uploading."
Apr 7, 2010
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Apr 7, 2010
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May 18, 2009

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Woolgoolga
About Me:
Whistle player. Also flute, mandolin and more recently cittern (Davy Stuart)
Website (If any):
http://www.myspace.com/ozheadland
Favorite Music:
Any good pure drop dance music. Like to listen to Lunasa, Flook etc at times too.
Iarla O Lionaird, Dick Gaughan, Dolores Keane, Robbie Kirwan.
I like a lot of what's played here though I only found it yesterday.
Currently Reading? (Books Magazines etc)
William Golding- a collection of his articles from the 60s and 70s

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At 8:00 on April 12, 2010, David Boon said…
Mark,
Congratulations on getting the video featured. Well deserved and great to see Australian Celtic music featuring again. You guys should apply for the Cygnet Folk Festival down here in early January each year. It is a great festival and all details are on their website http://www.cygnetfolkfestival.org/
Cheers,
David
At 2:11 on April 8, 2010, David Boon said…
Mark,
Sorry you didn't make it to the National this year and good luck with next year. The Mosquitoes were there to support Hannah (the fiddle player) who was nominated for the youth award. They were also asked to play at the Troubadour and played blackboards at the Village Stage. They got a great reception there and were asked to play the dinner concert at the Village on the Sunday evening. I will have a listen to Carrickfergus soon as it was late last night when I quickly checked the site after getting back from Canberra. Good luck with the festival later in the year.
At 14:44 on April 7, 2010, David Boon said…
Welcome Mark from a fellow Australian. I don't suppose you got to the National Folk Festival in Canberra? I just arrived home from the festival and there was some great Irish music played there not to mention all the other wonderful variations of folk.
 
 
 

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