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At 0:15 on November 8, 2013, Ed Hummel said…

Thank, Johnny      It was great playing some tunes with you.    Keep me posted on the slow session idea for north Jersey.  

At 22:40 on September 19, 2013, Peter Fenzel said…

I am with you all the way, Johnny. Shall we meet for dinner and/or drinks to plot our course?

At 17:09 on July 30, 2012, Richard Sutor said…

You're always welcome to the Saturday session in Long Island City. We don't get many pipers and it's always a treat when we do.


At 15:51 on July 8, 2011, Connie Rae Crone said…
Johnny, I also looked at the link to your video of My Darling Asleep; nice job!!!
At 15:47 on July 8, 2011, Connie Rae Crone said…
Thanks Johnny!  Your page is very nice; of course the Uilleann pipes and pipe player pics you've posted always attract my eye as soon as I log onto the website!!!
At 15:45 on June 26, 2011, Connie Rae Crone said…
Johnny, Thanks for the cool Uilleann pipes photos on your page!
At 17:33 on June 13, 2011, Johnny Kerr said…

Hey, thanks for the picture comment.  That was a cell phone shot of my recently-acquired Brad Angus drones.  I'm also a beginner piper but I've been into trad music by way of the whistle for about 8 years now.  Pleased to make your acquaintence.


Johnny K

At 20:26 on June 12, 2011, Katie Carmen said…

Hi Johnny,

I don't think anyone else from HRPC knows about it.

all the best,


At 17:46 on June 12, 2011, John Strangeway said…
You know it!!!!!
At 15:29 on June 12, 2011, Katie Carmen said…

Sorry not to have seen you at the last meeting. Am looking forward to CIAW next month. Hope you have a good summer and see you in September when HRPC meetings resume.


At 14:24 on June 10, 2011, Greg Fallon said…
A slow session would be perfect for me and I've tried to find one. In Staten Island there was a round robin session at a pub, The Wild Goose, which was a good fit for me and other learning musicians but the pub closed. I understand that they're looking for a new venue for a session. So the problem is where to have a slow session. It would also be helpful if we could find a few accomplished musicians for some guidance as to what tunes go together and what sets are being played these days (assuming that most learning trad players are looking to participate in a lot of local sessions). I play at St James Gate in Maplewood on Sundays and the better musicians are very accomodating to intermediate and new players but it's hard to keep up with them when they really take off. It's disconcerting when they play a tune that I'm sure I know but it's so fast that I just can't keep pace. Greg


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