|www.celticmusic.com/alfonso_bodhrans • Albert 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.com • Rob 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.com • James 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.com • James 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
www.jmveillon.net • Jean-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.com • Poor 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
www.cliffmoses.com • Cliff 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.com • The Tea Merchants. I love
these guys. I sit in with them when I need a workout!
www.bodhran-info.com • The site
of Rolf Wagels, a great bodhran player and teacher from Germany.
http://bodojo.com/ • 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.
www.tradmusic.com/ • On-line store where my CDs can be purchased.
www.headblade.com • The guys
who do my hair...