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Jeremy Welch
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Musician, geek, dancer, gamer, husband, and more.
Musician, geek, dancer, gamer, husband, and more.

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Found these guys through a post on /r/seashanties, and I'm impressed. I especially like this version of Drunken Sailor, which is, refreshingly, not the standard version I'm used to hearing.

Help me choose...

I'm stuck in the Charlotte airport for another couple of hours. I have my bouzouki with me, and may have found a nice little spot out of the way where I won't disturb folks.

So... What tune should I go learn? I'm lacking for reels, so I'd like to go that direction. Suggestions?

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They have to have known what they were doing...
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I Don't Know Much, But What I Do Is Geeky
Seriously, I really don't know much beyond the "nerds in a comic book shop pretending to be characters similar to those in Middle Earth and taking a game more seriously that most other people would" stereotype. I know there are dice. I know that you CAN dre...

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Welcome, friend. Stay awhile, and listen...
So, for those who don't keep up with such things, the 5th Edition of Wizards of the Coast's Dungeons and Dragons released recently. Shortly after my Players' Handbook arrived, I was reading it in the car while we were on our way somewhere, and my wife start...

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My daughter (21 months) getting an early start on things.
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Been waiting for this since it was announced earlier this year.

Day one at the new job. Info kiosks in the lobby all have BSODs. An auspicious start...

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Less than a month until the O'Flaherty Irish Music Retreat (http://www.oflahertyretreat.org/). Some classes are already full or nearly so, so if you haven't signed up yet, now is certainly the time!

I can't sat it emphatically enough - the four weekends I've spent at this retreat have done more for me musically than anything else I've ever done aside from picking up an instrument in the first place. If you're able to make it out, you'll not regret it. The concerts each night alone are worth the cost of admission, and the opportunity to learn from some of the greats in the genre is amazing!

If you are coming, what are you taking this year? Any advanced classes? Want to meet up and jam?
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