Posted by eerohero on Friday, August 19, 2011
This time I dont play myself, just taking few Pic`s out there and Enjoying myself , its 33 rd anniversary of the Festival.
A vacation of my own Fiddlings , ones and awhile,
Friday, August 19, 2011 @5:35:25 PM
thats grate this week end is irish fest in Milwaukee wis. they got some grate acts wish i could go i can,t walk to much from my stroke so i have to sit it out next week on the 24 i get to play my guitar at my firends gig the wild thyme band were playing at one of the farmers market here in Racine wis. addrest Hy. 20 and west blvd. can,t miss it rigth on the cornor open to all free 5 to 7 pm my fiddleing is comeing along i played part of ashokan farwell now its a song thats part of my class work me and my big mouth i like the tune any way have fun at the festival take lots of pic.get recording of new groups or old groups with new CDs keep fiddleing my firend
Friday, August 19, 2011 @6:19:08 PM
I don't know if I could go to a festival without bringing my fiddle. That, to me, would be a form of torture.
Friday, August 19, 2011 @8:13:54 PM
Irish Fest ! I hope you get there,Richie.
Torture, Bj ? maybe so, I need this break from my Fiddlings, which has become to an Obsession for me, so this time I will enjoy others playing, buying some CD`s, country cookings,taking so many Pic`s, and developing my new priority, song writings.
Saturday, August 20, 2011 @2:07:45 AM
Have a great weekend, Eero! May you be inspired in your songwriting.
Humbled by this instrument Says:
Saturday, August 20, 2011 @4:12:02 PM
Yes, have a great time! Woohoooo.
Sunday, August 21, 2011 @7:23:21 AM
Yes, this festival have always given me inspiration, and it happened this time as well,some Church Gig`s are already booked for harmony singings with my newfound singing partners, A Cappella mostly, together with fiddlings, songwritings, Whoooa, I might have taken water over my Head, thanxs for all your encourament.
Richie,how did you experienced the Irish happening ? write a Blog about it.
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