Workshops

Hello

Jimmy Davis and I are on a double headline tour in September. We will be hosting a free one hour song writing workshop in the afternoon in each town. Full details (time and place) will be added to this post as they are confirmed, here is what we are offering:

With over two decades of song writing, recording and performing experience, Luke and Jimmy want to share what they have learnt along the way. This will be a free one-hour session that is open to all abilities and ages (Children under 12 to be accompanied by an adult please) we all have the ability to create music, and to tell unique stories. It’s part of being human! Let us help you get going with your singing/rapping and/or writing, or if you are already on that road, lets help each other to stay on track and inspired!  If you come to this free work-shop you will get a half price ticket to the concert that evening! Please tell people you feel would benefit from this session. And feel free to bring your instrument along with you.

2 thoughts on “Workshops

  1. Hi luke. A friend posted on Facebook recently about how the JCB’s song always brought a tear to his sons eye. Well I have played it about 15 times tonight and need a bigger ha kid ! I didn’t know who you were but am learning fast & loving the music. Like you I’m Irish descent and was wondering are your family originally from Galway and moved to Cork ? We have Colcannons as from a few generations back in Cork on my fathers side – I don’t need a reason to listen but if there is a cousin out there it would be a treat.
    I’d like to say thank you
    From
    Michael Griffin

  2. Michael! Apologies for the years of delay! :) Yeah, Concannon is a Galway name, my ancestors on that side had made it to Rosscommon before they headed to Warwickshire England! Happy your digging it! Did ya see that I have released an EP and a new Single the last months? See the home page for the posts about that :) Bess man. Slan L

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