I am in a middle of a very busy week. I seldom have a chance to eat at work because I would be thinking what to do next. When you train more than 23 people by batch there are also things you consider while being in front( at least for me). Is my voice pleasant and is the room acoustics making a good job at it? Did I powder my bad head so hat it doesn’t show a shine from the ceiling lamps? Am I making sure I am animated enough and so on and so forth. I usually write this blogs hours or after my work. But not without a cup of warm tea.
Now for the news:
Ever heard of Irish Country Music? If you love both American Country and Irish Music then better go to this site: http://www.irishcountrymusicradio.com/ If you click the New Releases tab, you will be introduce to the latest and brightest this station can offer: Eugene O’Dornan, Jason McGilligan, Pat McKenna, Derek Ryan, Lind Welby and a lot more.
Celebrate St. David’s Day with a great set of Celtic Music
Pipers Unite Against White Supremacist.
Pipe players of Brittany on Sunday united against a group of US-based white supremacists who are campaigning to discredit the French region’s top piper, who happens to be a black man.. I hate this. The fact that Celtic Music is supposed to be Universal; for this to happen is outrageous. Read more here: http://www.independent.ie/world-news/europe/pipers-unite-against-white-supremacists-2559536.html
Congratulations to Cape Breton Fiddlers for bagging the Independent Music Awards.
If you want to check out the amazing story of two Cape Breton fiddlers : Dwayne Côté and Duane Andrews check this link: http://www.capebretonpost.com/Arts/Entertainment/2011-02-28/article-2288570/Dwayne-and-Duane-up-for-two-Independent-Music-Awards/1
Guest Artist Series presents Men of Worth
- March 11, 2011 7:30 pm
- March 11, 2011 9:30 pm
- $24 for adults, $16 for students and senior citizens
- Illinois Central College Performing Arts Center
- 1 College Drive, East Peoria, IL, United States, 61635
From Scotland’s outer islands and Ireland’s west, the folk duo Men of Worth brings the real music of their regions with tunes and songs that were authentic to the fabric of everyday life a century ago.