[Loch-Ruadh] Hear Ye, Hear Ye
dallaspanther at yahoo.com
Thu Sep 28 16:26:41 PDT 2006
Oh man, I'd love to go to that! I truly would, but I'll be busy honeymooning at the time. :-)
Alric and Fiona <sidhe01 at swbell.net> wrote: I would love to go and so would Alric. However, I think he may be in
Mississippi at the Gulf War site that weekend. Those plans haven't been
totally firmed up yet, though. I would still like to go, even if he's gone.
I would have to catch a ride with someone.
----- Original Message -----
To: "Loch Ruadh"
Sent: Thursday, September 28, 2006 11:38 AM
Subject: [Loch-Ruadh] Hear Ye, Hear Ye
> greetings, this is Conal/Rob stealing Danas puter since we can't get
> anything from the mailing lists
> I have news for all fans of filk/bardic/Celtic music
> On Sat. Oct 21st, live at the Tipperary Inn in Dallas, its the
> Bards from 8pm till Midnight
> If you have never heard these two gents, its a must see show, however if
> have been to TRF in the last 10 years, you have probably seen them
> I would like to know if there is interest in a bunch of us caravaning and
> takin over the pub? I'm draggin Mom/Dana cuz they sing our kinda songs
> > Better/Dragons Retort>
> link to their site www.thebards.net
> to Tipperary Inn www.tippinn.com
> we are planning on getting there around 7pm that night so we can eat an
> chat before the show. I just seen these guys at FenCon and they are
> beyond belief > Alexander AND The Brodingnagian Bards do an improve trio at a bardic
> Saturday night at FenCon>
> I do not believe there is a cover, but will find out later today. Please
> Dana know if folks are interested so she can pass the info to me because i
> have no idea if our ISP will get around to fixing our problem with the
> Loch-Ruadh mailing list
> Loch-Ruadh at lists.ansteorra.org
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