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Are you a songwriter, lyricist, composer, a combination, mainly a musician--or an interested follower
mainly a musician
What style(s) of music do you write or play
I grew up with and still love to play the Celtic / Folk style of music. I have a couple of tunes that I have written, but mostly I like to try to arrange music that is in the traditions of our Celtic cultures for the diatonic harmonicas.
If you have one, what is your website?
I usually try to group the tunes I've learned to play with the reed harps on http://www.kelticdead.com. Other places to find my music is on YouTube at "KelticDead" [one word].
Anything special you'd like us to know about?
Love to play music in the traditions of our Celtic dead. I have been involved with the Southwest Celtic Music Association since 1985, and they regularly publish my "Keltic Dead Music" feature within their newsletter, "Ceili."
What instrument(s) do you play?
I mostly play the diatonic harmonicas now. I use to play the six-hole Celtic whistle, and I make my own out of copper.
If you'd care to publish it, what is a number where we can reach you?
214-354-5096 Cell Phone

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Folk Music in Allen, Texas ????

There are so many "closet" folk musicians around and you can find them everywhere, and every community should have one. Last year two ladies, Judi Altstatt and Jeanne Fisher created the Allen Folk Music Society in Allen, Texas. This year, they're branching out to help establish a place for all these quiet folk musicians in the Allen Community and beyond to meet, share coffee, and hear/or play Folk, Old Timey, Celtic, Irish, Bluegrass, and pop music, as well as a place for storytelling, and…

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Posted on September 5, 2011 at 9:50am — 4 Comments

Celtic Harmonica with P-zazz!

This Saturday, February 6th, the Trinity River Whalers visit the Trinity Hall Irish Pub in Allen, Texas. Aside from some fantastic singing, guitar playing, mandolin picking music, by Micheal Price, Marj Troyer, Steve and Roger Harrison, Randy Christian plays the congas and blends in some mighty fine harp music. Randy is kinda shy when it comes to his musical talents and the harmonica, whistle, drums, and any other noise maker you can find, but without a doubt his rhythm with the harmonica makes… Continue

Posted on February 2, 2010 at 6:31am

Irish Sessiuns

Happy New Year.



Traditionally, a Celtic music "sessiun" is a gathering of like minded folk musicians who come together to play a variety of instruments with music that is in the traditions of their Celtic cultures [Irish-Scots-Wales-Americana-etc.]. These sessiuns are usually lead by one person who keeps the group on track with the theme of that purpose. The Trinity Hall Irish Pub in Dallas have been sponsoring sessiuns for a number of years under the direction of the "Traditional… Continue

Posted on January 2, 2010 at 9:53am

New Trinity Hall Irish Pub Opening!!!!

For those of you who may be interested in Celtic music and the "Irish" pub scene, the owners of the Trinity Hall Irish Pub (one located in Dallas at Mockingbird) have decided to open up a very nice little pub in Allen, Texas (located in the restaraunt strip along 75 in Allen -- right next to IHOP). They're opening up this weekend (Dec. 4th).



If you have a chance, drop by. Really a nice a place and great little stage area for bands. There's already a line up for Celtic bands and… Continue

Posted on December 1, 2009 at 11:20pm

Just in time for Halloween [Samhain time]

For those of you who like harps (harmonicas that is), I just got my new harp tune worked up that I've always associated with this Celtic new year [Samhain time for you Celtic folk out there]. Dunmore Lasses is a lively tune, and yet has a mystical feel about it that I've always loved. Hope you do too. Visit my KelticDead Music site at www.kelticdead.com.

Posted on October 30, 2009 at 7:09am

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At 12:24pm on March 14, 2010, Sia LaBelle Beaton said…
OMG! I didn't get home last night until ... well, this morning until 6:45 AM! My two daughters were furious with me! :-) I am so glad we got a chance to actually meet... and can't wait to jam! Jody's beautiful young neighbor wanted to sing "Fields of Athenrye"... then she had everyone listen to a song by "Floggy Molly"! Please let me know when you are playing somewhere!
At 3:28pm on September 4, 2009, Andy Howell said…
I have two harps, a key of C Cracker Barrel special and a Lee Oskar Dm my daughter gave me. Trying to learn. You're right, easier to pack than my guitar, banjo and fiddle these days.
At 12:43am on May 11, 2009, mudcat said…
I admire the use of harmonica anytime. Very well done! Welcome to our family.
At 9:14pm on May 7, 2009, Ryan Michael Galloway said…
Welcome, Shaun-Patrick! Your our first purveyor of Celtic music. Glad to have you aboard.
 
 
 

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