What a great documentary about Mr. Cahill and Hayes..!
That simply touches my heart... (Few years ago, I had the priviledge of being introduced to and shake hand with Martin Hayes... 5 minutes later, he was on stage, alone, for an unforgottable performance...)
What a souvenir you just brought back... thank for posting these links...! Superb...!
I'm not online much these days. Outside enjoying the weather. That's why I dropped a line to see how things were going. I'm glad all is well. I'm sure I'll catch you around at some point.
Take care & God bless,
The Green Man is an image I got off the Internet, flipped and printed on a transfer. The original image was in black, but that's not the right color for the Green Man. I put it on a sweatshirt to wear during cool evening weather at Faerieworlds 2006.
I see you are a musician, alongside a number of other things. Nice taste in music too. I have a group on here reserved for musicians called 'General Musician Chat', come check it out when you get a second!
Thanks for the invitation of being among your friends list..!
As I can read, we share lots of common taste in term of music...!
I remember a great evening, years ago... with the Great June Tabor singing with a pianist... ah....
Have a great day..!
Hey Rich! I'm also from New England (Boston) and now in the Pacific Northwest (Port Angeles, WA) and I don't miss shoveling snow either! I'm a big fan of Fiona Ritchie's The Thistle and Shamroch and listen whenever I can. I see you like photography too. Check out our group (it's just getting started) LiveIreland Photographers. It would be nice to have as a member. Anyway, glad to see folks with similar interests joining LiveIreland. Nice to have you aboard!
Welcome Abaord Rick. You will meet a ton of grand folks on LiveIreland. My father's family is from Northern Ireland and Scotland, while me mother's family is from "Cork". Currently have a neice living in Belfast. Anyway nice "bio", nice page. Can't wait to meet ya on line !