Saturday, May 12 slow session at the NY Irish Center

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Saturday, May 12 slow session at the NY Irish Center

Time: May 12, 2012 from 1:30pm to 4pm
Location: New York Irish Center
Street: 1040 Jackson Ave
City/Town: Long Island City, NY (1st stop in Queens on the 7 train)
Website or Map: http://www.newyorkirishcenter…
Event Type: slow, sessioin
Organized By: Richard Sutor
Latest Activity: May 10, 2012

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The weekly slow session continues this Saturday afternoon at the New York Irish Center.  We've been having a nice turnout lately (around 5-6 musicians), so lets keep it going. All instruments are welcome.

We have suggestions for couple of new tunes to practice - Bill Malley's Barndance played with the Kilnamona Barndance.

Again, this is a session geared towards beginners. So if you ever feel like the speed is too much, just ask and folks wouldn't mind slowing it down a little. On a related note, if you want to start playing at a faster pace, you should head over to Dempsey's on Tuesday nights (8pm onwards). Great musicians, friendly atmosphere, big space!

- Location: New York Irish center, 1040 Jackson Ave, Long Island City
- Time: 1:30pm-4pm

- Cost: FREE (or few dollars to show our appreciation for amenities)
- Good Slow Tunes Resource -

- Tunelist (just suggestions, you can still play what you know):

PS. The 7 train is running Saturday!

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