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  • Finbarr Foley
    Finbarr Foley
    Great to hear the sound of the pipes is alive and well in the States. Keep up the good work

    Great to hear the sound of the pipes is alive and well in the States. Keep up the good work

  • Tim Huston
    Tim Huston
    I heard Pat McCromick at O'Gara's at the State Fair. I inquired about bagpipe lessons and he suggested I check you website for practice times. Please let me know day, time and location of your practices so that I can find out about bagpipe lessons. Thanks, Tim

    I heard Pat McCromick at O'Gara's at the State Fair. I inquired about bagpipe lessons and he suggested I check you website for practice times. Please let me know day, time and location of your practices so that I can find out about bagpipe lessons.

    Thanks,
    Tim

  • Susan Martin
    Susan Martin
    Said "Hi!" to the members at your stand at the Irish Fair & got a CD. Love it! Would love to come to one of your practice sessions.

    Said "Hi!" to the members at your stand at the Irish Fair & got a CD. Love it! Would love to come to one of your practice sessions.

  • Tom Madigan
    Tom Madigan
    Just wanted to stop by and see if you had band patches for sale. I didn't see any but I like your website and wanted to say hello!

    Just wanted to stop by and see if you had band patches for sale. I didn't see any but I like your website and wanted to say hello!

  • Matt
    Matt
    Come play in Chicago!

    Come play in Chicago!

  • Elaine Sorensen
    Elaine Sorensen
    So great to see you guys on the Finnegan's pub crawl in Duluth this past Saturday night. Very talented group and so fun! Love the CD!

    So great to see you guys on the Finnegan's pub crawl in Duluth this past Saturday night. Very talented group and so fun! Love the CD!

  • Ken Burke
    Ken Burke
    Beautiful. I wish we had such a band here in the Florida Panhandle. If I get back to Minne I will look you up and try to catch a performance.

    Beautiful. I wish we had such a band here in the Florida Panhandle. If I get back to Minne I will look you up and try to catch a performance.

  • David O'Winter
    David O'Winter
    Hey Laddies, Music sounds great. (And may sound even better when you stop serving Pig's Eye Beer at rehearsals.) Very fine website.

    Hey Laddies,
    Music sounds great.
    (And may sound even better when you stop serving Pig's Eye Beer at rehearsals.)
    Very fine website.

  • Denise Kohlhaas
    Denise Kohlhaas
    The Conlon/Kohlhaas Family are excited to see you guys again this year in Emmetsburg. We can't wait.

    The Conlon/Kohlhaas Family are excited to see you guys again this year in Emmetsburg. We can't wait.

  • James O'Neill O'Brien
    James O'Neill O'Brien
    The O'Brien Clan Foundation is working with city councils and civic leaders in Dublin, Cashel, Killaloe, and Armagh to coordinate a series of commemorations of the millennium of the Battle of Clontarf in April, 2014. Conor, "The O'Brien", Prince of Thomond and Chief of the O'Briens will be presiding over some of the events as the premier direct descendant of Brian Boru. One event of possible interest to your group is the proposed reenactment of the Battle of Clontarf in St. Anne's Park. I understand that in ancient times the High Kings were preceded by pipers. I wonder what you all would think about coming over to Ireland in 2014 to the official pipe band of the O'Brien Clan, marching in ahead of The O'Brien at events like the Solemn Requeim Mass, the battle reenactment, banquets in St. Patrick's Hall and at Clontarf Castle, and at the unveiling of a Brian Boru statue. Please let me know what you think about this!

    The O'Brien Clan Foundation is working with city councils and civic leaders in Dublin, Cashel, Killaloe, and Armagh to coordinate a series of commemorations of the millennium of the Battle of Clontarf in April, 2014. Conor, "The O'Brien", Prince of Thomond and Chief of the O'Briens will be presiding over some of the events as the premier direct descendant of Brian Boru. One event of possible interest to your group is the proposed reenactment of the Battle of Clontarf in St. Anne's Park. I understand that in ancient times the High Kings were preceded by pipers. I wonder what you all would think about coming over to Ireland in 2014 to the official pipe band of the O'Brien Clan, marching in ahead of The O'Brien at events like the Solemn Requeim Mass, the battle reenactment, banquets in St. Patrick's Hall and at Clontarf Castle, and at the unveiling of a Brian Boru statue. Please let me know what you think about this!