A SOMEWHAT UNUSUAL AFTERNOON TEA!

The great need.

When creativity is within, there is no escape. It will and must come out.

Gentlemen, bring forth thy four stringed upright machines and play!

Bumped into "Smithy", who I haven't seen in ages, the other day. When I was starting out on Bass, Smithy was an inspiration to me. He was playing in band called "Spud" and I used to follow them around and watch and listen to him playing fantastic stuff on his red Fender P Bass. I'm … Continue reading Gentlemen, bring forth thy four stringed upright machines and play!

Spex

keep your eyes open and you won't miss anything!

Stay inside and listen to loads of Bass!

Freezing outside...Brrr! Good time to stay in and appreciate they who are the foundation of good music........

There is no Bass but a P Bass

Playing in JC Superstar at the moment and I'm using a Precision Bass ( well it's a Sandberg California VS 5) for the first time in years. I had forgotten just how outrageously good they sound in a band. Everybody's happy ­čÖé

The winner takes the ball – or gets the Stick!

The heart beats again!

The woman's heart rolled into Gort,Co.Galway Saturday night for another lively night of songs and tunes from Frances Black,Mary Coughlan & Sharon Shannon. O'Sullivan's hotel was bursting at the seams with sweating fans and if the applause was anything to go by, everyone had a ball. Watch out for Frances Black's daughter Aoife, who is … Continue reading The heart beats again!

Three women, a heart, and a couple of blokes!

Friday night was a good one! Played a concert in City north hotel with Frances Black. Also appearing were Sharon Shannon and Mary Coughlan both of who I have had the pleasure of playing with over the years as well. Mary opened the show with a great set with James Delaney on Piano and Dan … Continue reading Three women, a heart, and a couple of blokes!

Concert for Crumlin children’s hospital