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Eddie Biggins
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Singer-Songwriter, interpreter of traditional music, Disney geek.
Singer-Songwriter, interpreter of traditional music, Disney geek.

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Just casually reminding you once again that next Saturday night, The Boston Harbor Bhoys will be playing our first non-pub-type concert gig at Bethany Congregational Church in Quincy. If you'd like to hear us in an environment where you don't have to strain to make out what we're doing, then this is the perfect opportunity!

Get your tickets here: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2754792

It will be a fun evening, so brave the New England weather and come on out!

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Last Thursday afternoon, I had the pleasure of playing my first solo bar gig in quite a while, where I got a chance to mix pop songs with my usual Celtic stuff. At the end, I threw this one in when someone mentioned it, even though I'd never done it before. I was sort of feeling my way through the chord progression and obviously reading the lyric, but it still came out pretty well!

I hate corpspeak.

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Happy birthday, Robert Burns.

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Happy birthday, Robert Burns.

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Happy birthday, Robert Burns.

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Come see my Celtic band in our first real concert!

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I have some very exciting news!

My band, The Boston Harbor Bhoys, has been asked to perform in a new concert series at Bethany Congregational Church in Quincy in February. This will be our first real concert, most of our performances to date having been in bars and pubs and at parties. So here is your chance to hear us without all the noise and hubbub, a pure listening experience. We're really looking forward to this and we hope to draw a good crowd. And of course, I'll be reminding you multiple times before then too!

The date is Saturday, February 25 at 7 pm. Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door and they are now on sale!

http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2754792

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Happy New Year.
Auld Lang Syne is a poem written by the bard of Scotland, Robert Burns in or around 1788. The melody is an older folk tune. In this recording, I don't sing the more modern English translation, but the original Scottish dialect version.
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