So what is new with Davoc and Anne.
For starters Davoc is now a musician who plays his tin whistle up at the Cliffs of Moher for all the visitors there. He runs a session of music in Miltown Malbay every Wednesday night at which up to fifteen fine musicians and singers participate.
Anne has formed a Song Circle which meets every couple of weeks and is proving to be a great evening of song and good fun. We gather every second Thursday at the OAC house on the Flag Road in Miltown Malbay. We put the kettle on and with cups of tea to hand we go round the circle singing. The only rule we have is that there are no rules! Any song, hymn, sean-nos song, blues, pop, jazz, opera, ballad, folk, poem, what ever you want to sing or say is just fine by us! On any given night we could do up to thirty songs and it is the nicest way to pass an evening, calming, quiet, and sometimes full of laughter. Let the music keep your spirits high. Check it out here…..
Davoc’s debut album The Humours of Ennistymon will shortly be released on his own label. You can read about this under Stories……….
Ireland Country Antiques home of Irish Celt. On eBay, we endeavour to list items of interest including primary source documents, anything relating to recent Irish History and Irish Life, items of folk art, memorabilia and collectables. Our mission is to awaken memories from another era!
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We wallow in Irish made items from another era – a real flavour of the past – something to remind all the Irish exiles, emigrants, wanderers and travellers of the old home sod. We love to include in our photographs and descriptions, snippets of Irish history, to mull over.
Ireland must be the only country in the world that has a population of five million, but over forty million people boast to the world that they are Irish. Ye are the great and grand people we want to address and send out pieces to, of the old Ireland your ancestors left behind.
In 1998 we first encountered eBay and it was very quaint! Since then we have photographed, measured, described, packed, parcelled and shipped thousands of items to the four corners of the globe.