biography schedule contact drums Links home Mark Alfonso's an old friend and great bodhran maker. These drums are made in the "sean nos" style...the "old way" with unprocessed skins. One of my favorites.

www.metloef.comRob Forkner makes some of the finest drums around. He uses a variety of skins to suit the individual. I like these drums a lot. Check 'em out.

www.jameskellymusic.comJames Kelly is of my best friends in "the music". We spent a few years on the road together with great tunes, wonderful stories, and memories to last a lifetime. James is one of Irish music's nobility. Truly a living legend.

www.jameskeane.comJames Keane is a true gentleman. He and his wife, Theresa, are the kindest people I've ever had the pleasure to spend time with. I'll treasure the moments I've spent on stage with James.

www.jmveillon.netJean-Michel Veillon is arguably the finest flute player in the Celtic tradition. A good friend and a great guy. I cherish our times on stage together.
www.poormansfortune.comPoor Man's Fortune is my “rock” when I'm at home. These guys are truly gifted musicians. My buddy, Larry, always has a place for me to crash and a beer. Who can ask for more?

www.cliffmoses.comCliff Moses is an old, old friend; one of the few hammer dulcimer players in the world that is accepted into the Irish traditional music family.

www.theteamerchants.comThe Tea Merchants. I love these guys. I sit in with them when I need a workout! • The site of Rolf Wagels, a great bodhran player and teacher from Germany. • A wonderful site created by Paul Marshall of “Drums of Ireland” and now an artistic consultant to "Stomp". This site offers a lot of instructional help and general bodhran information. This is the "one-stop shop" of Irish drumming info. • On-line store where my CDs can be purchased. • The guys who do my hair...