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At 13:48 on January 4, 2015, Dhomhnaill A. Lopez said…

Hiya Adele & Joe. I noticed you "liked" your profile" so I decided to give ye a visit and see what's so "likeable" };^) . I agree,....I like it too. I looked through your photos and especially liked the "FIDDLE" series and your landscape shots of "ACHILL" & "CROAGH PATRICK". Your "Profile" page is a pleasure to visit.

Happy New Year. Hope your holidays went well for you & your family.

Danny

At 18:30 on November 28, 2013, Harris Tobias said…

Hello Joe & Adele--

  I would be tickled to hear my Water Song sung by a real Irish duo. Good luck with it and have fun. Feel free to alter the words to fit your music. Send me an MP3 when you have something. My email is harristob@gmail.com.

All the best,

Harris

At 0:06 on March 3, 2013, Kees Knegt said…

Hi Joe and Adele!

Just a quickie to see how you are doing. Long time no see....Well, suppose we're all pretty busy...Hope to catch up soon,

best regards, Kees :-)

At 9:12 on November 27, 2012, Mike "Ormepipes" Orme said…

Hiya,

I've just another "heard this and thought of you" moment. Not a song this time!

Apparently its a slow air from Shetland and it was a completely new one to my ears. Hope you enjoy it.......

 

http://youtu.be/AsfFV94ugXo

 

Cheers,

 

Mike

At 9:24 on April 27, 2012, Sara Piazza said…

The pleasure is all mine, I assure you.  Keep up the great work - you are an inspiration.

At 0:37 on March 25, 2012, Connie Rae Crone said…

Joe and Adele,

I'm still truly overwhelmed by the gracious hospitality of nearly all the people I met while in Ireland.  In fact, it has taken me weeks to get over it!

Adele, thank you for being so sweet and having patience with me while teaching me the Monaghan Jig!  Dear thanks to both for showing me firsthand how your family life in Ireland runs on a daily basis... as being immersed culturally was as of much interest to me as a musician.  Thanks for preparing delicious traditional Irish family food for me, and for introducing me to your  extended family.

You are both not only great musicians, but great ambassors for the Irish culture and TradConnect as well.

Thank you for giving me the experience of a lifetime.

All my love and good wishes for you and your beautiful family, and your beautiful music!

xxx

Connie Rae Tygrett Crone

At 22:38 on March 22, 2012, Aine Heslin said…

Thanks for the friendship guys, keep up the good work!

At 13:50 on March 13, 2012, Martin Duffy said…
Thama for the friend request; before coming here I had seen quite a few of your videos on YouTube, they really are quite something and very inspiring!
At 18:42 on December 11, 2011, Connie Rae Crone said…

Adele and Joe ~ I got two copies of your new 'Airs and Gracenotes' ~ I'll be giving one of them as a Christmas gift :)!

At 0:03 on October 5, 2011, Paul Harrigan said…
Hi Folks. You guessed right. Small world or what ! Hope all is well. Fair play on your vids
At 7:09 on September 20, 2011, Connie Rae Crone said…

Adele and Joe,

Love your new profile pic too!  You are quickly becoming the local ambassadors for TradConnect!  Everyone wants to come to IRE to see both of you! Thanks for all of the great vids and pics and chats!

~Connie

 

At 4:45 on September 18, 2011, Albert Wrigglesworth said…

Hello There;

It was Michael who put me on to your page, and I have followed the last few days listening/watching your videos.  You're quite the team in music, as I see it, and hope to see more of your playing.

AJ

At 1:31 on September 18, 2011, Suzanne Kennedy said…

I begin my trip on Oct. 7, arriving in Dublin at 10:30. Will stay at the Mont Clare for one night then on to Killkenny, Ennis, Galway, Aaron Islands, Offaly then back to Dublin on Oct. 13 with a free day Oct. 14. 

As I get more detailed schedule I will email. I will have email access while traveling. I am looking forward to this trip and hope we can meet. 

Suzanne

At 5:43 on September 17, 2011, Suzanne Kennedy said…

Dear Adele and Joe,

Thanks for your kind thoughts. I have been connected with Tony Lawless and he says there is a session at D4 Hotel Ballsbridge in Dublin on Oct. 13. If we get back from Offaly in time, and I am sure we will, I will be there. I will be staying at the Mont Clare.

Meeting with your folks would make this trip special. I am bound to the group during the days, but my evenings are free. I can keep in touch throughout my trip via email and  on my phone.

If we don't meet then surely we will the next time. 

Sincerely,

Suzanne

At 2:01 on September 16, 2011, Suzanne Kennedy said…

Dear Adele and Joe,

I got in touch with you through Charlie Pitchard a few months back. I am coming to Ireland Oct. 6-15, but will be on a study tour with students from the University of Virginia. I have a free day in Dublin on Oct. 14. I am excited about coming. I will travel from Dublin to Killarney, to Ennis, Galway Bay, Aaron Islands and then back to Dublin for my free day. I have so enjoyed your music videos and thought your version of "Two Guns Jig" was fantastic. We showed it to him and he was fascinated that he is being played in Ireland:-) I don't know how much ground I will cover with one free day, but I hope to get away from my group and hear some tunes. I have been told I won't want to come home and if I do, I will surely return to Ireland again. If there is any way I could meet you that would be great. However, with such little time that might be difficult. Take care and keep playing those tunes.

Sincerely,

Suzanne Kennedy

 

At 17:45 on September 5, 2011, Bill LaCasse said…

Oh,thank you for suggesting this site to me.  I was just trying to look you up.  I've been watching your videos.  Hoping to learn a thing or two. I love your playing.

 

Bill

At 18:13 on August 14, 2011, Markus Karcher said…

Hello Adele, hello Joe,

yes I'm the very man!!! It was great to hear from yous two through this new network. I just joined it recently after the Willie Clancy Week.

I moved to Germany almost exactly 4 years ago but it hasn't been easy at all. And on top of that I hardly play any music at all. Dancing neither. However I can see that yous two have been very busy playing, touring and progessing things we learned a bit in Ballyconnell. Very well!!! Would you send your email address so that we can stay in touch on a personal level.

Kind regards  Markus 

At 3:09 on June 14, 2011, Steven Hawson said…

Thanks for the compliment.  Glad you liked the playing...it's a work in progress.  I have (and will have) more videos to post in the coming weeks/months.  Had a great time with Brian McGrath.  His steady style of playing tends to be different from mine, so I was able to pick up some new techniques.  Good to meet you here, and to join this community.  Cheers, Steven Hawson

At 17:06 on June 8, 2011, Simon Carson said…
Thanks for the invitation to be a friend!  I am very much enjoying being a part of this community!
At 17:29 on June 7, 2011, Peter Stocks said…

Hello! & Thank you for the warm welcome & your friend request.

You two seem like great ambassadors for this site. I've watched & listened to several of your videos and really like your music. Just listened to The Monaghan Jig and enjoyed it immensely. Thanks for sharing your talent.

Thanks too, for your interest & questions. Some of the material I am rehearsing now consists mainly of ballads and other more popular Irish, Scottish & seafaring songs. Among those titles are songs like: The Hills of Connemara, I’ll Tell Me Ma, Johnny Jump Up [which I learned on a pub crawl in Dublin!], The Mermaid, Harbour Lecou, The Queen of Argyle, Farewell To Tarwathie, Johnny Be Fine, The Star of the County Down & The Wild Rover. There’s more, but I don’t want to be too wordy. If you have any suggestions for new ones not on that list that are singable, please do tell. Of course these are not all Irish or Celtic or even very old, but still good fun—as you can tell, I am not a purist. One of the aspects that is so fun is that this style of music is that it is meant to be shared. I sure wish I could spend a longer time in Ireland and be able to travel with my guitar so that I could sit in on a session or two when I get good enough. Maybe if I can figure out how to record a decent-sounding video I’ll share some of these songs with the TradConnect crowd. I have a youtube site, but I have been struggling with the recording quality and haven’t posted many vids [yet]. My site is istahota1.

 

My lady & I are planning a trip to Ireland. We will be visiting Dublin, Kilkenny, Killarney & Galway. This will be in September 2011. Is there any way we could catch your act in one of those towns—or nearby?

 

Thanks again for your warm welcome. And by the way what does Dulahan-irl mean in Irish?

Slàinte,

Pete

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