https://youtu.be/KXatvzWAzLU I can distinctly remember the first time I heard Tubular Bells, it was 1973 and everyone I knew had a copy of this iconic album which for me changed the way I thought about music and playing the Bass, it was so different to anything I had heard before. Now forty eight years later, … Continue reading The reason why
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A short series where I talk about my favourite Basses that I use in my recording session and live work in Ireland, The UK and beyond and of course online. https://youtu.be/pZd7GFi7-Nw
Over a period of several years I had the great pleasure of recording and playing live with one of Ireland's greatest songwriters, the late Christie Hennessy. We also became great friends and I decided that during the Irish Lockdown I would do a tribute to him in my own inimitable way. So to do this … Continue reading My tribute to Christie Hennessy
1st. outing on the Dingwall NG3 6 fan fret Bass, what a weapon. For the Bass anoraks like myself the bottom end is soooo good, really punchy sound and it's light...woohoo!
I'm Ready All going swimmingly! NEXT PLEASE 🙂 All photos courtesy of John Finnerty
Great day yesterday recording with the RTE concert orchestra conducted by Gavin Murphy in Studio 1 at the Radio centre. With Shay Byrne as MC we accompanied Sandy Kelly, Ray Lynam and Robert Mizzell performing some of their favourite songs.
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Keep your eyes on the road, your hands upon the wheel...or someth ing like that 🙂