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Happy New Year!

I hope you all had an incredible holiday season. I know I had a blast. Both Andrew and I got keyboards for Christmas, so we're hoping to start transcribing our music at loooong last to sheet music. So look for bard sheet music in the future.

Yesterday, we started planning our upcoming year. We've had lots of suggestions for where we should play and what songs we should learn. We have some preliminary ideas in place. We have five albums scheduled for this year, and we're going to try and break into California, Colorado and some East Coast venues as well.

As a special gift for 2002, we are also giving away free tickets to the Excalibur Fantasy Faire in March. So click the link and tell us how many free passes you would like to have.

We've come a long way in less than three years, and we have big plans for the future. But we still need your help. Keep telling all your friends about us and visit our Nagians Only page for tips on how you can help. Thanks a million, and Andrew and I both wish you the merriest and most exciting new year. Slainte!

--posted by Marc Gunn of the Brobdingnagian Bards, Celtic Folk Music
  Tuesday, January 01, 2002


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