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Touring Across the Country

It was an exciting night last night. Sinus problems were pretty horrendous which had me sounding like one of the guys from The Dubliners... The one with the really LOW voice. Fortunately, I was able to use my hoarse voice to my advantage. lol

One cool thing was there were a few people who came out to the show who found us on myspace and livejournal. I only made one of them. But that was neat to see. So a quick note to anyone out there:

PLEASE don't just sit in the background and listen, Come Introduce Yourself. I'd LOVE to meet and chat with you while we're on the road. Pretty please! With bards on top! ;)


Oh, and if you are fan of the cat songs, I should warn you that we as the Bards don't play cat songs. That's a solo project. So pull me aside at some point after the show or at the faire, or whatever, and I'll play you a song or two. :)

BTW. Someone put together a cool shirts on Zazzle inspired by us, Here's the back, inspired by one of our podcasts (I don't remember this...) Back of Shirt, T-shirt front


--posted by Marc Gunn of the Brobdingnagian Bards, Celtic Folk Music
  Sunday, May 07, 2006


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