Diz: Then learn, dear boy, learn.
Jimmy at the Red Light Cafe, Midtown Atlanta, GA USA
How are you, Rob?
Eugene & band at the Royal International Pavilion, Llangollen, UK
(A hero since Turville days)
Folk Festival - before he was famous
Redd Sullivan & Martin Winsor
Geoff in his home studio in Devon, UK
Rob: (quoting his own lyrics) Well, I'm
(Every year at the Albert Hall!!!)
A track from Kevin's CD
Bob at the Six String Social Club (with Frank and Vinny) Marietta, GA, USA
Danny - the incomprable
Pat at the 10K studio, St John's Creek, GA USA.
(I stole his act)
Ron & Carol at Red Clay Music Project, Duluth, GA, USA
(My first email correspondent)
Martin: Louis, ignore Redd when he shouts at you
Its only because he likes you. Believe me,
Me: But I don't how to "be funny"
I still feel guilty that at the time he died I still had two of his LPs I never returned....
Fred at Ragamuffin, Roswell, GA USA
Me: (worried about Rob's brain tumor)
still here, you bastard.
Gone But Not Forgotten
Mentors and Musical Friends - I'm lucky to know (and have known) such talented people!
Máire & Chris at the Fiddler's Green Folk Club, Toronto, CA
The Clancys Bros and Tommy Makem
Bruce with a track from his fab CD.
(Most life changing concert - and
My interview with Larry - Radio Northampton in 1994
(19-- - 2010)
a lesson in professionalism
Graham & Toby at the Imperial Theater, New Brunswick, CA
Rick at Cafe 45, Norcross GA
Shawn at the Crossings, Zumbrota, MN, USA
Extras Extras Extras Extras Extras Extras
Diz: Just go out there on stage and be funny.
Great days hanging out at the Cambridge
and never really listened to you.
John: I've known you a few years now
You're more talented than I thought.
its a compliment.