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Mostly I just lurk (really lurk, unlike the current co-respondee, bless him,
whoever he might be!) but I like this thread. I sing traditional Irish and
some Scottish, mostly unaccompanied. Started in bars in New York and from
their to pubs in Ireland, England, Israel, parties, festivals and jam
sessions, even performed for and with UNIFIL troops from Ireland in the
I have also been known to speak or fake it in three to seven languages,
depending on the quality of the fuel.
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> That's true about music and foreign languages. I've been
> playing guitar
> since 1963 (I've been in bands that have opened for Aerosmith
> and Jimi
> Hendrix--like 1968, and most recently , played in a
> band that opened
> for Martina McBride, Travis Tritt, and Blackhawk for you
> country fans).
> Self-taught on bluegrass banjo and some keyboards. I've done
> a bit of studio
> work, too.
> I was originally a foreign language major (6 years of
> Spanish, 4 years of
> French, 2 years of Russian) before I switched majors.
> I'm recording a jazz fusion/progressive rock instrumental
> album now, with
> hopes of releasing it next year and touring with my own band...
> ...which is ONE reason I don't use my real name on this list.
> That's all my
> employer needs to catch wind of, that I'm trying to hit it
> big in the music
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