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Not All Who Wander Are Lost

Date: 2003-02-28 08:29
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So last night I went to the Mucky Duck to see an celtic band play, they were ok. Worth the ticket but I didn't buy a CD or anything. Today I have fencing, and I have all my stuff today including my shoes so I'm ready.
Tommorrow I'm going home to help my mom and sister clean out the garage, so I'll be out all weekend doing that. What a busy week I'm having!

I'm also feeling pretty good because I got some nice compliments the other day from a pretty girl. It made me realize how rarely I hear compliments now. Most of my friends are guys and we don't compliment.
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User: makewayforme
Date: 2003-02-28 10:53 (UTC)
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Just out of curiosity, what band was it? I lurve Celtic music.
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User: mcclintock
Date: 2003-02-28 11:01 (UTC)
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It was Bohola. Three man band based out of Chicago.
Below's the blurb from their site, and when they say the accordion guy is a virtuoso, man do they mean it. It was worth it just to see this guy play.

Irish music’s accordion virtuoso Jimmy Keane along with fiddler extraordinaire Sean Cleland and the remarkable dordan player and singer Pat Broaders comprise bohola, Irish music’s newest “supergroup” as penned by The Irish Herald. bohola play a driving, muscular and yet very emotive style of Irish music with deep roots in the ‘pure drop’ tradition, which has been forged with the raw and gritty urbanized musical vernacular of the Irish-American experience.
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