On Nov 4, 10:27am, George Camp Keiser Library, Middle East Institute wrote:
> Subject: Re: Sean Tyrrell in the US
> Isn't Sean Tyrell a singer-songrwriter rather than a traditional musician?
> If so, in what senses is he "genuine". I don't mean this facetiously, I'm
> just trying to get information so I don't waste my time going to see
> someone I won't care for. Thanks.
> Paul Yachnes
>-- End of excerpt from George Camp Keiser Library, Middle East Institute
He would be genuine in the sense that he's Irish and has firm roots in the
session scene around Ennis.
But most of what I've heard from him is indeed singer/songwriter type stuff,
though I've been told he also plays the tenor banjo.
H. Speek, B.Sc. [log in to unmask]
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