Steven Dockery: The Blarney Pilgrim, and Joy of My Life
Thanks to Finbar Furey for the audio tracks on this episode, we included three tracks from the 1979 album Tomorrow we Part by The Fureys and Bob Stewart
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Courtesy of Steven Dockery we here The Blarney Pilgrim, and Joy of My Life.
If you want to see Steven Dockery’s tunes check him out here:
Steven asked me to include this information:
- I have a collection of compositions available for free by email firstname.lastname@example.org .
- I offer whistle lessons with particular emphasis on efficient practicing methodology for rapid improvement. Folks can also email for more info on that.
Steven is playing on a new Howard Low D with Reed Head. Since Brian’s retirement David O’Hagan has continued making low whistles, and also has an excellent website which you can check out here:
And finally, thank you to Sean Lally for recording this interview and sharing it with us! If you want to learn more about Sean, I encourage you to check out his episode on the Blarney Pilgrims Podcast:
And check out his Instagram page:
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