A Personal Thanks…

While I’ve posted my personal thanks on the KilkennyMusic.com forums, I would also like to thank through the blog those of you who turned up at the KilkennyMusic.com Christmas Party on Saturday night. We had four great bands (The Happy Medium, Laminate, Waiting To Explode and Myp Et Jeep), loads of food and around 200 people there on the night.

The Sound System Podcast due before the weekend will feature three tracks from the One Take Sessions last Thursday night (featuring Kat Dempsey, Myp Et Jeep and Majella Murphy).

My thanks to sponsors and to Essaness Music (Kieran Street, Kilkenny) as well for donating a real nice guitar for the end-of-show raffle (which was drawn about 2:15am).

I’m quite pleased myself with how the Sessions are progressing, last Thursday (its free whenever when we put it on, every third Thursday) we had about 50 or 60 people in, not bad for only its third night. If you’re visiting Kilkenny any Thursday night, do drop in. We’re fully booked for January 4th and January 25th which should make for some great music. As far as I know there’s a track of mine up on MySpace as well if you’re interested 😉


  1. Pavlos December 19, 2006 at 1:16 am

    Sounds like major fun, good music and food too? Now if only it was within driving distance, heh 😉

  2. Ken McGuire December 19, 2006 at 9:22 am

    Certainly was a good night 🙂 You never know though Pavlos, if KilkennyMusic.com decides to go on a world tour, I’ll be sure and stop off around your neighbourhood, get you some of that free food and music!

  3. Pavlos December 20, 2006 at 5:16 pm

    And can you believe there’s an Irish pub in my town with “Kilkenny” on the sign? I couldn’t, lol. It is a small world after all – I’ll snap photo proof and send it.

  4. Ken McGuire December 20, 2006 at 5:26 pm

    On the sign? Jesus, are they selling the beer there? Its brewed here locally, not a bad pint of ale, wouldn’t be my favourite. Actually, funny story, it took me a trip to Toronto to have a pint of Kilkenny. Its brewed literally 15 minutes from my house and instead I travelled over 3,000 miles to have a pint of it. 🙂

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